cowriter

co·write

(kō-rīt′) or co-write
tr.v. co·wrote (-rōt′), co·writ·ten (-rĭt′n), co·writ·ing, co·writes or co-wrote or co-writ·ten or co-writ·ting or co-writes
To write jointly or in collaboration with another author.

co′writ·er n.

cowriter

(ˈkəʊˌraɪtə)
n
(Journalism & Publishing) a writer who works in collaboration with another writer
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Jeannie Gaffigan doesn't play herself on the show, but she works alongside her husband as cowriter and coproducer.
Director and cowriter Robert Kenner skillfully interweaves the story of Big Tobaccos fifty-year campaign of deception with the ongoing drama of climate-change denial.
They include its producer Margery Bone, its originator and cowriter Andy Milligan and director Dave Lambert who has worked on Alan Partridge and The Mighty Boosh.
Ours is a professional panto performed by amateurs," says the cowriter and director Chris Brearley, who also takes the traditional role of the Dame.
It wasn't until Christopher Nolan took control of "Interstellar'' as cowriter and director that Murph morphed into a girl and the top-secret film was nicknamed "Flora's Letter,'' a reference to the director's daughter.
In January, co-writer Ruth Jones hinted that the show could be turned into a film and Ruth, who played Stacey's Barry Island mate Nessa, told Radio Times that she would "definitely" join forces once more with cowriter James Corden, who starred as Smithy.
She has stepped in at the last minute to replace cowriter Mandy Muden due to illness.
May 1, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Southern Shores Realty is proud to announce an official, exclusive usage license on the song "The Outer Banks and You" by its own vacationer/songwriter James Trent and cowriter Howie Moscovitch.
The show, on Wednesday, June 25, is one of just two intimate dates for the band who launched in Birmingham as Dexys Midnight Runners in 1978 and are still led by Kevin Rowland along with cowriter and horn player Jim Paterson, bass player/singer Pete Williams and violinist Lucy Morgan.
Bob and me, we were both writing," the Village-folk-scene-maker Fred Neil, in the late '50s a would-be teen idol and cowriter of Roy Orbison's "Candy Man," told David Hajdu for his book Positively 4th Street: The Lives and Times of Joan Baez, Bob Dylan, Mimi Baez Farina, and Richard Farina, "but I knew how to sing.
It is the latest offering from Jason, right, who is the creator, cowriter and co-star of BBC TV comedy hit Hebburn.