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An opinionated set of Pandoc templates and scripts for converting markdown to DOCX manuscripts that adhere to William Shunn's Proper Manuscript Format guidelines using Pandoc. (by prosegrinder)Project mention: Strange Machines: An Anthology of Dark User Manuals | /r/technicalwriting | 2023-04-15
Also anyone can write a story in markdown then run it through a Pandoc template: https://github.com/prosegrinder/pandoc-templates
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