Copies of a writer's published work, usually taken from newspapers or magazines, which serve as samples for prospective editors.
Published samples of your writing that you can submit with queries (some markets require this). They usually take the form of professionally-presented photocopies of published works. Sometimes called "tear sheets."
Published samples of writings that a writer submits with queries to prospective markets. Sometimes called “tear sheets”.
Samples of your published work often requested when applying for a magazine job or a freelance writing or editing assignment. Clips usually refer to those stories you've written a byline piece for a magazine, newspaper, or other medium, but they can also refer to stories you've edited.
Samples of an author's published work (a writer will often include these in a query or sales pitch to an editor. The clips are usually from newspapers or magazines.)
Copies of published articles submitted by a writer to an editor. Usually, a writer includes two or three photocopied samples of work with a submission package or query letter to demonstrate his experience in a particular area of writing.
copies of published writings samples.
Samples of one's writing.
articles that have been cut out of the newspaper, short for clippings.