nonwriter

nonwriter

(ˌnɒnˈraɪtə)
n
(Literary & Literary Critical Terms) a person who does not (usually) write or cannot write (well); a person who is not a writer
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I used to maintain that he was one of the major French film critics (together with Godard and the nonwriter Resnais)--which led me to publish a short collection of his criticism in English translation in 1977 (a project undertaken without his official consent but with his tacit approval)--and that he remained a critic whenever he filmed.
The following is my high-value article-writing process for the nonwriter to help raise your visibility.
Two said they took into account the reading and writing skills of their special and remedial education students, along with the task requirement, "I most definitely assigned a reader with a nonreader or a writer with a nonwriter so that the nonreader or nonwriter would not feel hindered by their lack of ability in that area" (17-154) and "We would take into account group placement.
So here you are, an avowed nonwriter, trying to communicate complex, numbers-based information to people who know a lot less than you do about accounting.
Scribe Tracy Gamble, paired with nonwriter Suarez on ABC's buzzworthy fall laffer "8 Simple Rules for Dating My Teenage Daughter," says he welcomes the help.
It drew students from all over the university, and not just journalism majors, although my husband, who took up fine arts and was a photographer/artist at the 'V,' complains that nonwriters are often forgotten when time comes to celebrate.
Writing well is hard work, much harder than nonwriters imagine, and when the result reaches a level that feels like art, there can only be disappointment, if not devastation, when it is met with a shrug.
When they do receive formal tutelage in the early school years, we end up with a lot of nonreaders, nonwriters, math fearers, science haters.
We also have a certain number of deals with nonwriters, and they've been a fantastic pipeline into their respective agencies.
I know that the pace of life today seems to push us to work faster and faster, but this pace is imposed on everyone, writers and nonwriters alike.
Some syndicates like to distribute columns by politicians, celebrities, and other nonwriters.