Re: Book suggestions

Subject: Re: Book suggestions
From: Jill Burgchardt <jburgcha -at- PESTILENCE -dot- FTC -dot- NRCS -dot- USDA -dot- GOV>
Date: Thu, 6 Mar 1997 08:17:49 -0700

Try "The Art of Public Speaking" by Stephen Lucas. It's published by McGraw-Hill. It's not
addressed to technical writers, but to speakers in general. And guess what, despite being an
academic textbook it is clear, concise and generally well written. A textbook may not be what
you have in mind as a door prize, but it is excellent.

Jill B.

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