Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun The compiler of an anthology.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun One who compiles an anthology.

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  • noun a person who anthologizes

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun an editor who makes selections for an anthology

Etymologies

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anthology +‎ -ist

Examples

  • In fact, if I do, the anthologist is doing something wrong, because that means he's collecting only birds of a feather and not challenging me enough or pushing the envelope, and when you have 15 - 20 stories and writers to play with, it's okay to take risks with a few of them.

    The Solaris Book of New Science Fiction

  • In fact, if I do, the anthologist is doing something wrong, because that means he's collecting only birds of a feather and not challenging me enough or pushing the envelope, and when you have 15 - 20 stories and writers to play with, it's okay to take risks with a few of them.

    Archive 2006-11-01

  • The art of the anthologist is the art of the host: his tact is exerted in choosing a congenial group; making them feel comfortable and at ease; keeping the wine and tobacco in circulation; while his eye is tenderly alert down the bright vista of tablecloth, for any lapse in the general cheer.

    Preface

  • Then there's the other kind of anthologist, the Disch kind, the weirdo, the iconoclast, the demented hedgehog to steal Archilochus of Paros's analogy.

    Film Structure

  • Then there's the other kind of anthologist, the Disch kind, the weirdo, the iconoclast, the demented hedgehog to steal Archilochus of Paros's analogy.

    Archive 2004-01-01

  • See my boilerplate author-anthologist contract, which spells out the rights in detail.

    John Joseph Adams » 2009 » June

  • BOTTOM LINE: One of the best original anthologies ever edited by Ellen Datlow - a high compliment indeed, given her prowess as an anthologist.

    REVIEW: Poe edited by Ellen Datlow

  • Ellen Datlow, the distinguished editor and anthologist, chose some of the very best short fiction writers working today to write stories inspired by Poe's work.

    REVIEW: Poe edited by Ellen Datlow

  • BOTTOM LINE: One of the best original anthologies ever edited by Ellen Datlow - a high compliment indeed, given her prowess as an anthologist.

    March 2009

  • See my boilerplate author-anthologist contract, which spells out the rights in detail.

    John Joseph Adams » Guidelines: The Way of the Wizard

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