William Zinsser is a writer, editor and teacher. He began his career with the New York Herald Tribune and has been a longtime contributor to leading magazines. His 17 books include Writing to Learn; Mitchell & Ruff; Spring Training; American Places; Easy to Remember: The Great American Songwriters and Their Songs; and most recently Writing About Your Life. During the 1970s he taught writing at Yale, where he was master of Branford College. He now teaches at the New School, in New York, his hometown, and at the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism.
If you're a fiction or a nonfiction writer--this book has something to offer you. Don't let it pass you by--there's a lot to learn here.Published 2 months ago by Michael Rossetti
This book was the study guide for a class teaching creative writing. It was very up to date on writing techniques. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Ida Marie
I read this book two decades ago and was moved to keep the unnecessary words out of my writing, I've read it again and got even more fluff out of my stuff. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Allen Piche