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On Writing Well: An Informal Guide to Writing Nonfiction

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Based on a course William Zinsser taught at Yale and his long experience as a writer, editor and teacher, On Writing Well has been praised by journalists, teachers, writers, students, and grateful users since its publication in 1976.

Read by Zinsser with warmth, humor, and encouragement, On Writing Well shows how to apply the author's four principles of writing: Clarity; Si

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Hardcover, 288 pages
Published January 1st 1990 by HarperCollins Publishers (first published 1976)
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Oyvind It is a book about writing. It discusses principles that apply regardless of what kind of writing you do. But there are not that many tips on writing…moreIt is a book about writing. It discusses principles that apply regardless of what kind of writing you do. But there are not that many tips on writing fiction. Still, highly recommended!(less)
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Rowena
Feb 12, 2013 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: writing
Brilliant book!I definitely learned a lot of extremely useful advice from this book. I learned about the writing mistakes that I was making, and also how to enrich my own writing. Zinsser's tone and sense of humour made reading the book fun and interesting. This is the kind of book I would re-read every now and then for inspiration.
Roy Lotz
It’s always intimidating setting out to write a review of a book on writing. One feels naked, exposed—now you have to prove that you’ve learned something. Lucky for me, I am a creature with little shame, so I’ll let my prose all hang out.

After reading Pragmatism by the American philosopher William James, I’ve realized that some American qualities cut deep. We are a people who love action and despise abstract argument. We like to see efficiency and real-world results. We set ourselves a goal and
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Francisco
Oct 17, 2015 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
How do you learn to write, really, other than by writing. But now and then, it's good to pause and think about the art of good writing, the craft. This famous little book can be the reflective pause that will help you be care-full, love-full, with your work. The book is not just more of the same old stuff you've always heard. The advice given by the author is creative and his examples of good writing are informative and insightful. And because good writing is always connected to the inner life a ...more
Thomas
A straightforward guide to writing solid nonfiction. William Zinsser offers sound advice, including how to eliminate clutter and ways to target your audience. He spans several genres within nonfiction, ranging from sports writing to travel articles to memoir. He incorporates several example passages from his favorite writers and from his own work.

On Writing Well provided tangible, quality writing tips. It did not excite me, though. Zinsser has a somewhat eurocentric perspective and his writing s
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Katelyn Beaty
May 18, 2007 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: person who wants to write all good
I always thought of the ability to write well as a gift more than a skill--kind of like hand-eye coordination, or rhythm. You either have it or you don't. It's not until I began working in the editorial world that I realized the writing which seems effortless is that which requires the most effort. Part of my training at this job required reading a quintessential work on nonfiction writing, William Zinsser's "On Writing Well" (30th Anniversary edition). I was warned that it's a slow burn--perhap ...more
John
Jan 22, 2012 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: writing
On Writing Well may primarily focus on non-fiction, but parts of it should be required reading for novelists, as well. Though, at first, Zinsser’s advice may seem anal–retentive and persnickety, it is great for keeping your work focused and making your sentences sharper.
The best part of On Writing Well focuses on“trimming the fat in the sentences you write. Zinsser provides a hand-edited page of his own On Writing Well manuscript as an example of how to cut down on useless words, and it is tru
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Shanae
Apr 29, 2012 rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
This book may have a few valuable suggestions throughout, but it is difficult to reap Zinsser's lessons through his sexism and eurocentrism. He uses his own work (Haircurl) in the "Humor" chapter for no good reason because he really doesn't do anything with it except to show that it is funny. Unfortunately, it is not funny, and it is actually quite offensively mocking women. In "A Writer's Decisions" he describes a piece he wrote with thickly layered romanticism about a desert tribe that exotici ...more
Alissa
Sep 05, 2010 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: manuals
Zinsser's first few chapters talk solely about eliminating clutter and simplifying your work... yet his book is more than 300 pages of repetitive, hypocritical and lengthy sentences. This book could have been easily shortened to 50-100 pages. I was not a fan of his many examples (quite frankly, I skipped over most of them). Most of all, I wish Zinsser followed his own advice - simplify, and trust your material (don't feel the need to explain almost every single principle; we get it). The book, h ...more
Steven
Jan 25, 2008 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Anyone who wants to improve their writing.
Shelves: reference, writing
One of the oldest ways to master a craft is through imitation and writing well is no different. Zinsser's book stands alongside Strunk & White's "Elements of Style" as one of the best guides on how to write clearly and effectively. The book's tone and style is much like a series of lectures from a professor who projects a sense of knowledge, warmth, and passion.

Zinsser illustrates many of his points through the use of personal anecdotes and examples culled from writers of different disciplin
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Rosie Nguyễn
Mar 18, 2014 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: writing
A must read for those whose works relate to writing: students, teachers, businessmen, reporters, and of course, writers. Very useful tips along with very witty style. And above all, a man with high passion, virtue and responsibility with his job.
Michael Galdamez
Writing a sufficiently well-written review for a well-written book about how to write well is a lot to write well.

So I'll write it well later.
Miranda Cary
In my opinion this book, compared to Elements of Style, is like being transported to an entirely different world in itself. No longer is some taut professor (sorry, Mr. White and Mr. Strunk! I still love you.) slapping a ruler against the board, directing you what verbs to use and which tenses sound best, what constitutes as good language compared to language that is gaudy and overrated, only putting the ruler down by the last few minutes of class to speak calmly with you; if White and Strunk tr ...more
My Tran
Jul 23, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Một trong những quyển sách về Viết lách hay nhất mình từng đọc. Tuy nhiên, nửa sau quyển sách khi đi vào chi tiết những chủ đề riêng biệt như Viết về Thể thao, hay Viết về Khoa học... thì lại buồn ngủ và khô khan quá, mang tính chất tham khảo nhiều hơn. Chính vì vậy mà mình đánh giá 4 sao thôi.

On Writing Well là quyển sách không phải chỉ đọc một lần, mà đọc xong đặt lên kệ, rồi thi thoảng lại lấy xuống đọc lại và nghiền ngẫm tiếp.

Quyển sách tiếp thêm sức mạnh cho mình rất nhiều, giúp mình tự ti
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♥ Ibrahim ♥

Books on writing can be intimidating but this books is charming and makes me want to read more and more. This book is written "well" by a man who knows how to "Write Well."
It is by no means a compliment to tell Zinser that anybody can write and we all can take up writing on the side. No. Writing is a craft rather than an art and we have to work at it. Our writing should be simple and clutter-free. Clear thinking becomes clear writing. Therefore, to write is always to rewrite over and over and o
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Volodymyr Dehtyarov
Книга 5 из 52 #однакнигавнеделю Я увидел рецензию на книгу, кажется, у Дениса Довгополого и сразу ее купил в электронной версии для Kindle и в бумажной, чтобы оставить в офисе. Зинсер пишет просто и убедительно. На своем примере и отрывках из текстов других авторов он показывает, как писать просто, без словесного мусора, как подбирать нужные слова и следить за логикой текста. Отдельные главы посвящены текстам о людях, местах и путешествиях, спорте, искусстве, интервью и мемуарах. Не знаю, буду л ...more
Mark Jr.
Aug 14, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: 2017
Aside from his advice about usage—which made me deeply grateful for the more rigorously empirical and linguistically accurate advice of Steven Pinker’s *Style*—this book was a delight. The advice was sage, drawing as it did from a multi-decade depth and breadth of experience both in writing and in teaching writing. The excerpts singled out for praise and analysis were excellent, paragons of prose. I will return to this book. It confirmed some of my most deeply held views about writing (especiall ...more
Cathy DuPont
Feb 11, 2014 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
With Steve's review, I was reminded that I had read this years ago and it's in my "book closet" where I have all my writing reference books.

When did I read it? Well, I would have to think back and I can figure it out but it will take a while and I would rather be reading than go down that particular "memory lane."

Five stars indicates what I thought of this book and glad to know that it's contents are still valid today.

Michael Spotts
Jun 27, 2012 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Writers trapped in jungles
Turning the last page of On Writing Well, by William Zinsser, I compulsively kissed the cover—an act of grateful reverence bestowed on few books in the Spotts library, effectively Knighthood in the realm of my reading. This distinction was earned by Zinsser’s incomparable usefulness to the Writer that Would Be. Many “accomplished authors” have assumed the task of sharpening our nibs, and showed themselves little more than grammarians, or seized the chance to flaunt their cloying style and terrib ...more
Viviana D. Otero
Jan 31, 2011 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: my-top-twenty
I first read On Writing Well years ago when I was assigned to co-teach a writing course for Duke University’s Talent Identification Program (TIP) the summer of 2000. I thought then, I was prepared to teach a bunch of highly intelligent teens about the elements in writing great nonfiction. It turned out, however, that I learned much more about the writing process thanks to Zinsser. The head instructor for the course had read the book and informed me that our classes would be doing so as well. On ...more
JonathanT
This book introduced me to helpful concepts in a clear, concise manner, which was exactly what I expected. I didn’t expect something riveting—if that’s what you want, look elsewhere. Still, despite its lack of excitement, the book was definitely engaging. It kept my attention through fairly long chapters, even chapters about topics I have no interest in. (Such as sportswriting.) Overall, Zinsser authoritatively addresses writing without seeming pretentious. I’d say this book is a practical time ...more
Barnabas Piper
Jun 17, 2015 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Stephen King's "On Writing" is my favorite on the subject, but Zinsser might be even more useful. A classic for good reason.
Schuyler
Dec 23, 2014 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
On Writing Well has many editions, but for the purposes of today's review I will be drawing directly from the 30th edition.

My desire, as I write my novel, is to write with simple, clear, effective prose. I once told a friend that "I try to write lightly and cleanly, expressing the things I want to say in few and pastel-colored words, but I do try to move the reader as well, and add in little things that make it come alive."

William Zinsser's On Writing Well was a healthy dose of affirmation and
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Leo Walsh
May 31, 2018 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
What can I say about Zinsser that hasn't already been said? I read my first version of this book in the eighties as a side-text for a university comp class. And this is the third edition I've read. The core material stays the same, but this edition includes writing clear, concise prose for electronic media and meetings in addition to the paper-writing skills I focused on at 18.

Five stars. A classic. Plus.
Andreea Lucau
Jan 22, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I got some very useful tips from this book for improving my writing skills. I enjoyed the first half of the book more than the second - it contained more advice that I could put into practice. The second half made me a harsher critic of all nonfictional pieces that I'll read.
Trisha
Feb 27, 2016 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I wouldn’t have found this book were it not for Michael Dirda, book columnist for the Washington Post and author of several books devoted to the pleasures of reading and the authors he admires. His latest (Browsings) begins with a chapter devoted to William Zinsser. When Dirda said On Writing Well is both a classic guide as well as commonplace book filled with wonderful quotations from books that are well worth reading, I immediately ordered a copy from the library. I’ll probably get my own just ...more
Daniel
Why Zinsser Still Matters

Second only to The Elements of Style, this is the best book ever written for writers. In many ways, it's better than Strunk and White, which tends to focus on grammar and the actual mechanics of writing as opposed to how a writer should think and approach things. The book focuses on nonfiction, but many (if not most) of the principles apply equally to any style of writing. Even chapters on things like how to do an interview offer valuable insights into what you're lookin
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Elena Grahovac
Jul 20, 2014 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Меня всегда интересовало, почему одни собирают в своих блогах тысячи незнакомых подписчиков, а других даже друзья из реальной жизни читают через силу. В поисках ответа я наткнулась на книгу с многообещающим названием «Как писать хорошо. Классическое руководство по созданию нехудожественных текстов». Её автор, Уильям Зинсер, — успешный американский писатель нон-фикшн и журналист с почти семидесятилетним стажем.

Если бы мне нужно было рассказать о книге в одном предложении, я бы сказала, что это ин
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Taka
Read the first two parts--

Witty, concise, and informative, the first two parts on "Principles" and "Methods" are brilliant. These parts, however, constitute 30% of the book. The rest of the book - that is, 70% - is uneven and can be skipped without missing out on anything important.

The only chapters I found worth reading are those on "Science and Technology," "Business Writing," and "Writing About Arts," all of which are in Part III. Other than these, none of the chapters say anything that hasn'
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Gary
May 15, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Everyone who has to write for their job should read this book. Even if that writing I just emails, some memos and an occasional formal letter. If reading the entire book is too much, then at least read Part I, which covers the basics that inflict most business correspondence: lack of simplicity, poor word choice and clutter. I am the perfect target for this book, since I tend to be include far too much detail in my writing and as a result an email that should be 3 paragraphs becomes a bloated 10 ...more
AO
Jan 13, 2016 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: mfa, craft
Read this for my Masters. I actually owned a copy of this book for undergrad but never read it. Oops. Why was college-aged Axie such a slacker???

Oh, and this book is awesome by the way. Clear and smart craft advice (for nonfiction writers, but can be used by any type of writer). A classic craft book.
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William Knowlton Zinsser is an American writer, editor, literary critic, and teacher. He began his career as a journalist for the New York Herald Tribune, where he worked as a feature writer, drama editor, film critic, and editorial writer. He has been a longtime contributor to leading magazines.
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