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What is the official term for a collection of articles?

 
WordChazer
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on 10/03/2014

Yes, yes, yes, I know hereabouts that a collection of articles is known as a Wizzography.

But what would be the term used widely out there in the big wide world beyond the computer screen?

All suggestions welcome.


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dustytoes
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on 10/03/2014

I would call them my Wizzley Articles - hows that for unimaginative. Tongue Out


RuthCox
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on 10/03/2014

I would use the term 'anthology'.

Digby_Adams
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on 10/04/2014

I refer to them as my Wizzley portfolio. 

RupertTaylor
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on 10/04/2014

Agglomeration - Nah. Miscellany - Nyet  Collation - Nope. Cluster - No  Compilation  - Nein

Medley?

Wizzley Medley falls trippingly off the tongue.

nightowl
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on 10/04/2014

If it's a series of articles grouped around a common theme? 

How about 'Series'?


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WordChazer
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on 10/04/2014

 

nightowl: 10/04/2014 - 11:57 AM

If it's a series of articles grouped around a common theme? 

How about 'Series'?

No, I was thinking in terms of a disparate collection, like burntchestnut just did with her wizzography. I need more hours in my day, because writing about articles makes me come up with more topics and more articles that need writing. My latest series was going to be one or two pieces but has made it to 7 parts published and I'm still writing it. I reckon we could end up with 10, possibly even an ebook in the distant future.

An ex-boss (a renowned and much decorated research scientist) has a list of his articles which runs to 88 pages for a 50 year career, but I doubt I'll end up with that many.

I do need to try and keep better records though.


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