Definition of Space writer

1. Noun. A writer paid by the area of the copy.

Generic synonyms: Author, Writer



Definition of Space writer

1. Noun. A journalist or other writer who is paid according to the column inches of his copy ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Space Writer

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space travel
space vehicle
space vehicles
space velocities
space velocity
space walk
space walks
space wave
space waves
space weapon
space weapons
space weather
space writer (current term)
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spaceborne
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spacecraft
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spacecraft event time
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Literary usage of Space writer

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1. The Handbook of Journalism: All about Newspaper Work.--Facts and Information by Nathaniel Clark Fowler (1913)
"The space-writer, or the man-on-space, as he may be called in the vernacular of the sanctum, does not receive a regular salary for his services, ..."

2. The Handbook of Journalism: All about Newspaper Work.--Facts and Information by Nathaniel Clark Fowler (1913)
"The space-writer, or the man-on-space, as he may be called in the vernacular of the sanctum, does not receive a regular salary for his services, ..."

3. The Bookman (1906)
"Secondly, the space-writer writes for a living. I hope for his own soul's sake that this particular space-writer also writes for his living. ..."

4. In Spite of the Handicap: An Autobiography by James David Corrothers (1916)
"He was not a regular man, merely a "space writer," and the editors sometimes complained that his ..."

5. "We, the People": A Series of Papers on Topics of To-day by Edward Everett Hale (1903)
"The necessity of the space writer is to know nothing on any subject, and it happens, unfortunately, that the necessity of the counting-room is the same. ..."

6. Education by Project Innovation (Organization) (1895)
"... a "space" writer, on general subjects, is likely to be more or less ignored ; but possibly a space writer on "scientific pedagogy" * may have a more ..."

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