- v. present participle of co-write.
“Looking beyond the completion of his own novel, and back on the prowl for a money-making project, Sam revived the idea of co-writing a new Colonel Sellers play, with Howells as his partner.”
“He was fine in the anonymous but successful rom-com Valentine's Day and here he's trying to make things happen by co-writing the story and executive producing this nostalgia drenched look back at 1988 and one wild night when friends from high school reunite four years after graduation and pent-up desire and rage is unleashed, alongside all sorts of 80s pop classics.”
“Nick Hornby and Giles Smith are co-writing an animated film called The Babymakers.”
“Fry is co-writing that one with Nick Adams, and was originally announced as director.”
“Mr. Schmidt is co-writing the work, "Empire of the Mind: The Dawn of the Techno-Political Age," with Jared Cohen , director of Google's think tank, Google Ideas.”
“My husband and I were discussing the possibility of doing this with a story we are currently co-writing.”
“She just started what she called "a strange project" with Blues Traveler, co-writing songs in an Austin studio with the entire band while the tapes roll.”
“Other than the first three months after graduation, when we wrote side-by-side in Ians parents basement, weve spent the past six years hundreds of miles apart, relying heavily on phone calls and emails to make co-writing possible.”
“Report Details Harm from Deregulation Across Country: This was a campaign I was personally involved in through co-writing a report on behalf of the policy groups, Demos and New Jersey Policy Perspective.”
“There is some kind of parallel universe that all three of us are working on … co-writing is so incredibly difficult and it happens so easily with the three of us – we have such a fun time.”
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