I'm using the reading style of biblatex I've already deleted the entry key with the option entrykey=false. Now I want (respectively have to) to have the Authors name on this position (right-justified) and the titles left justified in the same line. Like this (without the underscores)


Then the horizontal line and then the rest of the information.

I hope that I've provided you with the necessary information.

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    Welcome to TeX.SX! Your question is sort of clear already, but you can make our lives easier by provding an MWE/MWEB. An MWE makes sure we are all talking about the same thing, it allows us to test our solutions with your actual set-up and it helps us to get started more quickly since we don't have to replicate what you have already. – moewe May 27 '18 at 20:21
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    What happens if the title is too long to fit into one line? – moewe May 27 '18 at 20:51
  • Well I think it is such a general question about the bibtex respektive the reading.bbx file itself, and it should work on any document anyway. But next time I will provide a MWE. – Danil S May 28 '18 at 20:36
  • Well in the best case the authors Name is in an own collumn, but for now I don't have to worry about that. I also think that this can't be solved that easily - But I'm new to LaTeX, so i don't know. --- Oh I see you already have an answer fot that thanks. – Danil S May 28 '18 at 20:39
  • I think providing an MWE is a curtsey in this case, it shows that you value the time of those trying to answer your question since they won't have to rebuild what you already have. As I said an MWE is not required in this case, but it often is and it is a good thing to make a habit of providing one. Some cases might not be as clear cut and erring on the side of including an MWE is never a bad thing. – moewe May 28 '18 at 20:39

\usepackage[style=reading, entrykey=false, backend=biber]{biblatex}



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works but has understandable problems with titles that are too long. Name lists are shortened to the first author only to save space.


gives OK-ish results for longer titles and prints all names. You can vary the size of the parboxes.

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  • I've tested the second part of your answer. Is it possible, that the authors name appears on the top? Now it's on the hight of the last line of the title. – Danil S May 28 '18 at 20:49
  • @DanilS Ah, I preferred that look. I feel that the horizontal rule should be the baseline. Change \parbox[b] ("bottom") to \parbox[t] ("top"). – moewe May 28 '18 at 20:51
  • Oh, I see. I should also have to be able to figure that out myself. Thank you a lot and good night. – Danil S May 28 '18 at 21:00

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