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Jon Winokur (born August 5, 1947) is an American writer and editor.
- MasterTips (Potshot Press, 1985).
- Writers on Writing (Running Press, 1986)
- The Portable Curmudgeon (NAL, 1987)
- Zen to Go (NAL, 1988)
- A Curmudgeon’s Garden of Love (NAL, 1989)
- Friendly Advice (Dutton, 1990)
- Mondo Canine (Dutton, 1991)
- True Confessions (Dutton, 1992)
- The Portable Curmudgeon Redux (Dutton, 1992)
- Fathers (Dutton, 1993)
- Je Ne Sais What? (Dutton, 1995)
- The Rich Are Different (Pantheon, 1996)
- Happy Motoring (with Norrie Epstein; Abbeville, 1997)
- Advice to Writers (Pantheon, 1999)
- How to Win at Golf Without Actually Playing Well (Pantheon, 2000)
- The Traveling Curmudgeon (Sasquatch, 2003)
- The War Between the State (Sasquatch, 2004)
- Encyclopedia Neurotica (St. Martin’s, 2005)
- In Passing (Sasquatch, 2005)
- Ennui to Go (Sasquatch, 2005)
- The Big Curmudgeon (Black Dog & Leventhal, 2007)
- The Big Book of Irony (St. Martin’s, 2007)
- The Garner Files: A Memoir (with James Garner; Simon & Schuster, 2011)
- But Enough About Me: A Memoir (with Burt Reynolds; Putnam, 2015)
- "L.A.'s Viceroy of Vitriol: Profile of Jon Winokur," by Garry Abrams, Los Angeles Times, January 15, 1990.
- "Jon Winokur on Twitter"
- “With Dodgers Announcer Vin Scully, It's Always More Than Pleasant Good”
- "Ten Questions with Jon Winokur: How to Heighten Your Sense of the Absurd"
- "You Call That Irony?"
- "Advice To Writers: The Best Books On Writing Books"
- "Interview with Jon Winokur by Scott Holleran"
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