William Zinsser is a writer, editor and teacher. He began his career on the New York Herald Tribune and has since written regularly for leading magazines. During the 1970s he was master of Branford College at Yale. His 17 books, ranging from baseball to music to American travel, include the influential Writing to Learn and Writing About Your Life. He teaches at the New School in New York.
This book was more a story than a manual on writing well. The author is too pompous and the book is too much about him.Published 6 days ago by Steve Gregory Hood
I like the updated version of the classic. Simple, practical advice for any writer. A keeper!Published 6 days ago by Skeptical Seeker
Simple advice for clearing up messy writing. As with all style manuals, experiment with Zinsser's and see what works best for you. But on the whole, sound advice.Published 14 days ago by Thundenlitenen
Great book, this is a must read for anyone who writes. Whether you're a college student or a professional writer, this book will change everything.Published 16 days ago by Law
Anyone in possession of a pen, pencil or typewriter needs to read this.Published 20 days ago by Charles Carlini