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Winefish is based on Blushfish the html editor and should be available in your Linux distributions repositories. It is for Ubuntu. I use TeXShop on the Mac as well. I have never tried LaTeX on Windows. I thought of trying an XML document authoring solution like TEI or Docbook since my area of academics is the humanities, but I LaTeX is so much more efficient, so much simpler, so much more support, it is many good free editors on the Mac and Linux, and I can convert it into almost any format I want to and it keeps most the structure and formatting. And the text looks great when I get the books back. And LaTeX availability is so widespread - they even have one for RISC OS as well. I self-publish with Lulu and I never had a problem with formatting using LaTeX. I also make great PDF/A-1a's with tagging via OpenOffice.org for another version of my texts. I get it into OpenOffice.org via latex2rtf and it even preserves structure that way. I even embedded Flash Paper versions of my texts in a PDF just with LaTeX and it works in Adobe Reader.