American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. One who writes stories.
- n. One who writes news stories, as for the electronic or print media.
“That's why it's so tough to be a storywriter at night or on weekends, you need a continuous concentration.”
“Most of your readers knowyou as a novelist, but you have actually been a short-storywriter for longer than you have been a novelist.”
“I have been planning and plotting for years, I have this plan to dethrone the king and abolish slavery and you, merciless storywriter, you just pull the carpet out from under my feet and leave me lying there on my back.”
“That's been the big challenge for every storywriter through history: how to do happily ever after in a way that seems original and satisfying.”
“The storywriter, the screenwriter, the other screenwriter, the director, the actors, the set designers, the film editors — what shows up on the screen is influenced by them all, but determined by none.”
“It is not often in a lifetime that a storywriter has a full movie based on his story.”
“But none of it has really come to fruition because I'm not a fast storywriter.”
“The main character is a haunted comic book storywriter and artist.”
“Peter Taylor is a wonderful storywriter see especially “Dean of Men,” which opens the Collected Stories, but he is a minor writer who must be reserved for those who successfully wade through the major titles on the list.”
“And even though Julie debunks my myth about it when she asked me to write something dark, and I'm not really a crime novelist or traditional noir storywriter, I thought what's the darkest thing I could write about, and I thought, hmmm, high school.”
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