from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • n. A written publication released as a series of pre-planned magazine-like issues over a period of time, distributed through the same channels as magazines.


from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

part +‎ work


  • The poor harrassed Eton type is frequently shown sweating in chinos and a rugby shirt, cordially suggesting Prince Harry be returned in full working order, rather than in a partwork of ears and fingers.

    Grace Dent's TV OD: The Taking Of Prince Harry

  • From 1969 to 1971 he edited the successful weekly partwork Birds of the World, published by IPC magazines.

    John Gooders obituary

  • On a serious note, it's made me re-evaluate a few things about the film I'm scripting/prepping for a internet partwork debut.

    "... a thing"

  • The brand has proved to be a multi-platform juggernaut with Clarkson Duel one of UK's bestselling DVDs, and expansion into areas such as the Top Gear Turbo Challenge partwork for children and live events.

    Media news, UK and world media comment and analysis |

  • BBC Worldwide said that the Top Gear children's magazine has become the "biggest partwork property in the UK by volume and is expected to generate a significant profit in 2010/11".

    Media news, UK and world media comment and analysis |

  • Review: Subduing Demons in America by John Giorno our client, a leading publisher of partwork public ….

    Books news, reviews and author interviews |

  • Before the internet arrived to form the perfect delivery mechanism for mystical bluster, it was left to partwork magazines to provide a fix of 'otherness', made 'real' by the paucity of information and the scrappy, fragmentary way it was presented (

    things magazine


Log in or sign up to get involved in the conversation. It's quick and easy.