2 questions that have been bugging me forever now:

1 I have several biblatex entries that are some sort of publication without a specific author. I use them like this:

author = {Surpreme Court},

This is just an example ofcourse, but now when i print my bibliography it will write it down as: Court, Surpreme. This because ofcourse i entered it as author. But i have a lot of booklet entries without a specific author. Whats the best way to make sure it just prints it as: Surpreme Court and not Court, Surpreme?

2 I have my subbibliography as: \printbibliography[heading=subbliography] etc

The manual says it should not put this in my TOC. Cuz then i would have to use subbibintoc

But for some reason it does put my subbibliography in my TOC. What am i doing wrong?


With regard to your second question: It seems that cooperation between memoir and biblatex is not perfect -- bibliographies are included in the ToC by default, and you have to use the memoir command \nobibintoc to change this.





  author = {Author, A.},
  year = {2001},
  title = {Alpha},






\printbibliography[heading=subbibliography,title={First subbibliography}]


Your first question must have been answered before here (and was, definitely, elsewhere): double braces!

author = {{Supreme Court}}

Question two needs a full minimal example to figure out what is going wrong, since different document classes behave differently, for example.

  • I am basically using a edited version of memoir im not home now but can post a mwe if needed tonight. Feel stupid about the firs question now, thx a lot! – Elmer May 2 '11 at 11:21

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