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Writing to win over your readers demands a compelling point of view and the know-how to tell a story. For five years, Trish Hall led The New York Times’s op-ed pages’ editing team, selecting and polishing pieces that would bring new perspectives to readers. Hall shares tips, tools and techniques for becoming a powerful, persuasive writer. Her manual’s format combines fundamentals, examples and reinforcing research. If you’re going to put one writing how-to guide on your reference shelf, Hall’s is useful, honest and encouraging.
About the Author
Writer and editor Trish Hall spent more than two decades in several positions at The New York Times, including managing editor of six feature sections, op-ed editor and senior editor.