+<latemp_subject "XML-Grammar-Fiction - markup languages for writing Prose" />
+XML-Grammar-Fiction provides <b>Fiction-Text</b> a lightweight plaintext-based
+markup language that can be used to write such fiction as stories, novellas
+or possibly even novels. Fiction-Text is in turn converted to
+<b>Fiction-XML</b> which is an XML-based grammar (which can be used directly)
+which is in turn translated to such formats as
+<a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/XHTML">XHTML</a> and
+<a href="http://www.docbook.org/">DocBook/XML</a> for rendering by
+web-browsers, and for conversions to different formats, including PDF.
+XML-Grammar-Fiction is part of the <a href="../">Web-CPAN XML-Grammar
+project</a> that provides several specialised processors for XML grammars
+<h2 id="links">Project Links</h2>
+<h3 id="links-xml-grammar-fiction">For XML-Grammar-Fiction</h3>
+on search.cpan.org</a> - download and more information.
+XML-Grammar-Fiction is free and open-source software (FOSS) distributed
+under <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MIT_License">the MIT/X11
+License</a>, a permissive, public-domain-like licence.
+<h3 id="news-2009-11-05">2009-11-05: XML-Grammar-Fiction version 0.0.1 was
+The first version of XML-Grammar-Fiction (v0.0.1) was unleashed onto the
+world today. It was written for my own personal use as a writer of Hebrew
+stories, but I naturally decided to release it as open-source software.
+As first versions go, this version is rough on the edges, and has hairy
+internals, and other warts, but still should be usable enough for people
+Happy <a href="http://www.nanowrimo.org/">NaNoWriMo (National Novel
+Writing Month)</a> and hopefully XML-Grammar-Fiction will prove of assistance
+to you for this NaNoWriMo or future ones.
+<h2 id="coverage">Coverage of File-Find-Object</h2>
+<h3 id="coverage-shlomif">Coverage in Shlomi Fish's Blogs</h3>