On Writing Well by William Zinsser (Collins; 25th anniversary edition, 2001) should be a staple on any student’s bookshelf. And even if you have a stack of “how to write” books, Zinsser’s should be on top.
At the dissertation stage of your graduate program, a fellowship can be a critical resource, especially if your research requires money for travel, equipment, supplies, and time to collect data and write.
One skill that can be critical to the success of a graduate student is the ability to publish. We collected the following tips from experienced faculty who have guided students successfully into the publishing world.