Roy Goldman was the creator of Daisy-Dot, a typesetting program for the Atari 8-bit computers which he published from about 1987-1990. There were three versions of Daisy-Dot, the original plus Daisy-Dot II and Daisy-Dot III. The earliest version was freeware, and later versions asked for payment for access to special features.
During his interview, Anthony promised to provide you with contact information for Chris Horseman, former VP of Software Engineering for Atari's Home Computer division (replacing Bruce Irvine), who previously worked at Thorn EMI.
Did he ever follow through with that?
He did. Bruce did not reply (tried two contact methods.) I'll try again but am not hopeful.