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Writer's Bookshelf

At our November 2006 program meeting, we're going to discuss the books that make up your writer's bookshelf, the books that you can't live without as a technical writer. We would like to create a master list here on the site of books that new...and not-so-new...technical writers should consider reading or getting for their own reference libraries.

To start the ball rolling, I decided to share some of my favourite technical writing reference books. Some of these are probably obvious choices. Others you may not have considered before. I've loosely grouped them together according to the topic. You can use the links on the right to skip directly to each of the topic sections.

If you're coming to the November meeting (and I hope you will), why not bring along a list of your favourite technical writing books or, better yet, bring a few of your favourites with you to show. If you can't make it to the November meeting, I hope you'll take a few minutes to send me a message and let me know what books you think should be in the list that aren't here right now.

- Kitty

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