What is another word for literary hack?

8 synonyms found


[ lˈɪtəɹəɹi hˈak], [ lˈɪtəɹəɹi hˈak], [ l_ˈɪ_t_ə_ɹ_ə_ɹ_i h_ˈa_k]

The term "literary hack" is often used to describe someone who writes in a mediocre or unoriginal way, simply for profit or fame. This derogatory term can be replaced by several synonyms such as a "scribbler" or "penman" who churns out poor quality content to meet deadlines. A "hack writer" or a "journeyman writer" is another term that can be used when referring to someone who is not particularly talented, but who is able to produce work quickly and efficiently. Alternatively, a "mercenary writer" may be someone who writes solely for money, without any concern for quality. These synonyms can be used interchangeably to describe a person who writes without putting much thought into the quality of their work.

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How to use "Literary hack" in context?

These days, everyone is a critic. We all have our opinion about the latest book or movie, and we often post about it on social media. But what if you could write about a book or movie and never publicly share your opinion? literary hacks do just that, and they come in all shapes and sizes. Whether it's reading the entire series before watching the latest installment, or writing a book review before reading the book, literary hacks find creative ways to experience and share their thoughts without giving away the ending. While some Literary hacks enjoy keeping their methods a secret, others openly share their methods on social media or in writing blogs.

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