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Miriam F. Williams is an associate professor of English and director of the Master of Arts in Technical Communication Program at Texas State University, USA. Prior to her career in academia, she worked for regulatory agencies as a program administrator, policy editor, policy analyst, and inspector. Her research interests include public policy writing, ethics in technical communication, and intercultural technical communication. Her first book, Writing for the Government, was published in the Allyn and Bacon Technical Communication Series (October 2007). Her second book, From Black Codes to Recodification: Removing the Veil from Regulatory Writing, was published in Baywood's Technical Communication Series (2010). She also co-edited a special issue of Journal of Business and Technical Communication on Race, Ethnicity, and Technical Communication: Examining Multicultural Issues within the United States (July 2012).Octavio Pimentel is an associate professor of English at Texas State University, USA. He has taught various classes in composition, including first-year composition courses, advanced composition, technical writing, and various critical graduate courses that encompass issues of minority languages, rhetorics, and writing. Critically trained in rhetoric/writing and education, Pimentel combines both fields, while addressing critical issues of minoritized individuals in the composition field. He has published scholarly articles in a variety of journals, including, among others, Reflections: A Journal of Writing, Community and Literacy Service; Journal of Latinos in Education; and Journal of Business and Technical Communication (finalist for NCTE's 2009 article of the year in technical communication). He also co-edited a special issue of Journal of Business and Technical Communication on Race, Ethnicity, and Technical Communication: Examining Multicultural Issues within the United States (2012).
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