Thanks BG! Currently that's how I write up the material for my home campaign. I just wanted to put the Sea Centaur in some context.
I type all my stuff in LaTeX (faster for me) with art/maps and then color laser-print it to put into a plastic-comb spiral binder. I definitely recommend it because it's compact, lays flat, doesn't tear, and it's fairly easy to insert/replace sheets.
If I didn't keep a typed write-up, I would drown in all my hand-written notes without a doubt. LaTeX also has some handy facilities for auto-generating the Table of Contents, auto-numbers sections/subsection, and even builds an Index so you can find those unique magic items by name in case you didn't jot everything down on the player's sheet. I know LaTeX is not for everyone, but I'm a engineer and programmer, so I making a document that "compiles" feels natural and I like the precise control you can get with the layout (points!).
Someday I hope to polish it up (a lot) and print it hardcover to give to my players after the end of the campaign. After that, I may put it out there publically too. Right now it's a real pleasure as a hobby, and I wouldn't want it to turn into a chore. But all that is many years away at a minimum. Right now the realistic goal is just to keep creating content to stay ahead of the player's movement in the campaign and learn illustration well enough to someday do it justice (BTW, I did not do the cover...that's from before I started learning to draw---but I love it---the mythic rivers of the greek underworld!).
If ever finished, it would be a part vanity project and part record of the decade I spent playing with my kids...which I assure you is quite vanilla OD&D/AD&D filled with hackneyed tropes and just about every stolen notion from fantasy & sci-fi you can imagine (hence the size).
Even the title "Lost City" was the name of one of my old DM's worlds (which incidentally predated the TSR module by a few years)...it's an homage to him. It might be more accurate (and less confusing) to call it "Lost Cities", because there's one that's lost and one that is secretly about to fall. Hey! There's a title! "Fallen Cities"
. See, blathering on about your campaign in forums isn't a complete waste of time!
That said, I may break a smaller portion of it off for OSRIC 15 or NoArtPunk#2, if I can get over the hump with work...which now looks like some time this summer at best (I work on an R&D program, hard to say when things will come together...constant loose ends---just this morning I discovered the overnight simulation runs went to hell.