Some Works Created in XLingPaper

An Annotated Bibliography of XLingPaper Works


XLingPaper has been around since 2001 and has been the tool of choice for those who have sought solutions beyond the performance or limits of: MS Word, TeX, Markdown, OpenOffice, Pages, Pandoc, Scrivener and a variety of other tools. The scope of the bibliography is comprehensive—if it was built with XLingPaper, it can be included here. The purpose of this bibliography is to use XLingPaper to create a document which will help users identify how XLingPaper has been used to create works like they might want to create, i.e., to exemplify the diverse utility of XLingPaper. Therefore, the annotations note the unique typography, document structure, and content formats rather than any discussion, argumentation, or theory. To date the primary academic discourse presenting XLingPaper has been published as Simons & Black (2008), Black (2009), Black & Black (2012).

Some Works Created in XLingPaper
May 2021

Citable as

Paterson III, Hugh J., (Compiler). 2021. Some Works created in XLingPaper. Zenodo, ms [Version: v1.0]. doi: 10.5281/zenodo.4737712

Abstract Bibliography

Simons & Black (2008)
& (). Third Wave Writing and Publishing. SIL Forum for Language Fieldwork, 2009(005). 1–15. Retrieved from
Black & Black (2012)
& (). Grammars for the people, by the people, made easier using PAWS and XlingPaper. In Nordhoff, S. (Eds.), Electronic Grammaticography. (pp. 103–128). University of Hawai'i Press. Retrieved from
Black (2009)
(). Writing Linguistic Papers in the Third Wave. SIL Forum for Language Fieldwork, 2009(004). 11 pages. Retrieved from
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Hugh Paterson III
Hugh Paterson III
Collaborative Scholar

I specialize in bespoke research at the intersection of Linguistics, Law, Languages, and Technology; specifically utility and life-cycle management for information products in these spaces.