Definition of Co-author
1. Verb. Be a co-author on (a book, a paper). "Did he co-author his major works over a short period of time?"
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Literary usage of Co-author
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Publishers Weekly by Publishers' Board of Trade (U.S.), Book Trade Association of Philadelphia, American Book Trade Union, Am. Book Trade Association, R.R. Bowker Company (1906)
"CN WILLIAMSON co-author of " The Lightning Conductor." etc. ISSUED AS No. 37 THE LIBRARY OF POPULAR FICTION "My Lady Cinderella" is a really thrilling story ..."
2. Who's who Among North American Authors (1921)
"John Henry Tanner HIGH SCHOOL ALGEBRA, ELEMENTARY COURSE; (co-author), (1917), ... INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA; (co-author) 1916 Allyn and Bacon) — NJ Lennes. ..."
3. Who's who in America by Marquis Who's Who, Inc (1903)
"Phi Kappa Sigma fraternity. Author: Scott Who Was Nine, 1901 B46; Lyrics to the Queen, 1902 B46. Co-Author: (with Thomas Wood Stevens) And the Stars Saw. ..."
4. The Records of Living Officers of the U.S. Navy and Marine Corps by Lewis Randolph Hamersly (1898)
"co-author of " Modern Ships of War " (4to.) and of " The Barbary Corsairs," 12mo. Author of the " Monthly Pilot Chart," of " Proceedings of Courts- Martial ..."
5. A Brief Handbook of American Authors by Oscar Fay Adams (1884)
"co-author with Rambaud of Young Folks' Hist, of Russia. Author Hist. Turko-Russian War of 1877-78. Literary editor Philadelphia Press. ..."