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revised Using ideas from other authors without infringing copyright
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comment How can you tell that you have what it takes to be an author?
I suppose we are looking for a more generic term, though I don't think "distributable medium" will do. Maybe "writing media"? Works first performed orally have fine history, but their composers are not writers. (Can't resist; please excuse pedantry, Pavel, @CLockeWork & what)