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Irina Dumitrescu, an essayist and professor of medieval English literature, binged for six months on online courses led by celebrities like RuPaul, Anna Wintour, and Gordon Ramsay.

From Time

Chris Turner is an author and essayist based in Calgary, Alberta.

I first heard of the book seven years ago from Jack Turner, a bioregional essayist and retired Exum Mountain Guide living in Wyoming, at the foot of the Teton Range.

The trend has similarities to how newscasters talk and seems most common among creators, like video essayists and commentators.

From Digiday

Many essayists make big claims, describing narrative achievements for which you might not have known you were searching.

How did your start as a book reviewer inform the personal essayist you became?

The essayist,” Wampole then goes on to explain, “is interested in thinking about himself thinking about things.

Ehrlich is an American travel writer, fiction writer, poet, and essayist.

Jason Francisco is an acclaimed photographer, essayist and critic.

He could turn his hand to anything, and was a prodigious and brilliant essayist.

Richard Cumberland died; eminent as a British poet, essayist, novelist and dramatic writer.

Bonnell Thornton died; an English poet, essayist and miscellaneous writer, and translator of Plautus.

The indignation of our essayist is without doubt most powerfully aroused at the inadvertent use that was made of the sacred name.

Here the essayist recited an infinite amount of detail about the distress at home, giving the conversation and the actions.

Every writer—essayist, poet, and novelist—preached in those days.

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On this page you'll find 48 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to essayist, such as: biographer, columnist, composer, creator, journalist, and poet.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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