Articles - Short pieces of nonfiction.
Books - Zinsser has written and published many nonfiction works which involve all the principles of good writing and all of the research techniques, but at a much greater quantity than is required for articles.
Computers - Once known as word processors, they now significantly reduce the drudgery of writing with a typewriter.
Pad and Pencil - Zinsser prefers to take interview notes with these, not a tape recorder.
Words - These are the fundamental bricks a writer uses to construct a story.
Sentences - These should be active, short, and move with an overall flow.
Paragraphs - These should not follow an arbitrary rule, but should have structural integrity built into them.
Stories - Most nonfiction writing involves one of these of one form or another.
The Work Area - Zinsser mentions this as a lonely place.
Interview Subject's Place...
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