My aim is not to include my name on the publication list of my CV (as it is fairly clear that I am a coauthor, and hence wastes space).

I had once asked for and gotten a solution here.

Rerunning this solution as in


    author = {D.E. Knuth},
    title = {The {\TeX}book},
    publisher = {Addison Wesley},
    year = 1986

  author =       "Leslie Lamport",
  title =        "{\LaTeX} - A Document Preparation System - User's Guide and Reference Manual",
  publisher =    {Addison Wesley},
  year =         "1985"

  author       = {Matei Demetrescu and Christoph Hanck},
  title        = {Multiple Testing for No Cointegration under Nonstationary Volatility},
  year         = {2017+},
  journal      = {Oxford Bulletin},






  with                = {mit}
  with                = {with}

   % Exclude Yours Truly

\cite{texbook} \cite{Demetrescu+Hanck-CauchyCoint:17+}

now produces this error message, apparently related to an update of biblatex.

Would anybody know how to tweak the link of the first solution to the new version of biblatex?

  • 2
    Not a real answer to this question, but maybe an alternative solution: Do you know the biblatex-publist package? It may do what you want. Especially, it removes your name from the author list but leaves in everybody elses, which may be more correct than just not giving any author information at all. Sep 15, 2017 at 9:57
  • Thanks, I'll have a look. Actually, my previous solution only removed my name, too, I was maybe not clear there. Sep 15, 2017 at 10:12
  • @ManuelWeinkauf Do you want to write that up in an answer? biblatex-publist is definitely a good choice for lists of publications on CVs. And it works around having to code a solution on one's own.
    – moewe
    Mar 10, 2018 at 15:43

1 Answer 1


The biblatex-publist package is a dedicated style for CVs. You can give your name in the \plauthorname command, your name will then be filtered out.




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