Translation of writer in Spanish:

writer

escritor, n.

Pronunciation /ˈraɪdər//ˈrʌɪtə/

noun

  • 1

    (author)
    escritor masculine
    escritora feminine
    they are still looking for the writer of the letter siguen buscando al autor de la carta
    • writer's block bloqueo mental
    • writer's cramp calambre
    • Gurdev Singh Ropana is an acclaimed writer of short stories and novels in Punjabi.
    • The short story writers I have enjoyed most recently are Etgar Keret and Jhumpa Lahiri.
    • Elisabeth Hurst is a writer of short stories; Jo Rittenhouse is a poet.
    • From Joburg to Jozi is a compilation of short stories by writers and journalists who live or who have lived in the city.
    • Alex Ninian is a travel writer whose articles on India and other countries have appeared in numerous British and American publications.
    • This connection to both local and global urban realities has generated a range of critical responses from culture brokers and art writers.
    • ‘The book is about growing old as a man,’ says short story writer, novelist and playwright Carl Nixon.
    • Today, Dave is a lobster fisherman, while Maureen is both a fisher and a writer of short stories, novels, poetry, and children's literature.
    • And as a bonus there are a few literary/review essays on writers like Nabokov, Sebald and Evelyn Waugh.
    • The play is part of the Shell Connections project which involves the UK National Theatre commissioning ten professional writers to write new work for youth theatre.
    • Through his British publisher, Crane met the writer Joseph Conrad, who became his close friend.
    • Science fiction writers like Edgar Rice Burroughs, Ray Bradbury and H.G. Wells have written about life on and invaders from Mars.
    • The Trust now holds regular readings of Wordsworth's works, using actors, and employs writers and artists in residence to breathe life into the poet's legacy.
    • Members include a variety or writers and would vary from scribblers to novelists, poets, and writers of short stories and writers for children.
    • Also, they all work in creative fields - artists, musicians, writers, architectural photographers, cartoonists.
    • When Marcus founded Irish Writing in 1946, he courted writers of short stories and poetry, rather than novelists, to fill its pages.
    • The project paid for theatre productions and kept professional actors, writers and theatre workers employed.
    • Mansfield, born in turn-of-the-century New Zealand, was one of the first modern short story writers to fuse prose and poetry.
    • First print runs for established literary fiction writers such as Margaret Atwood tend to average 30,000 or 40,000.
    • Dryden is also one of the first writers of English literary criticism.
  • 2British

    (regarding handwriting)
    she's a good/poor writer tiene buena/mala letra