It’s time for us to lift the curtain on some major changes here at Pressbooks! We’ve spent a lot of time over the last month doing some much-needed maintenance across the platform, including theme improvements and changes to the user experience for institutions using single-sign on technology. These past weeks also included important work on
The Dillard Plain theme, a more understated version of the Dillard Theme, is named after Annie Dillard, whose writings, including The Pilgrim at Tinker’s Creek (1975) and For the Time Being (1999) helped define a new kind of narrative non-fiction, mixing deeply personal, poetic observations with natural history.
The Dillard Plain theme is airy and light, and is made for narrative non-fiction, but can serve equally well for a range of fiction and non-fiction genres, including literary fiction, historical fiction, romance, and memoir.
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