Meaning of anthologist in English:

anthologist

Pronunciation /anˈθɒlədʒɪst/

noun

See anthology

‘If only anthologists would give the date and title of collections that poems are drawn from they would help readers place the material in some context.’
  • ‘He's one of England's most active and knowledgable anthologists.’
  • ‘Despite the efforts of most anthologists, her writing also resists stereotyping.’
  • ‘These are not necessarily new poems, but they can be said to do a different kind of work than the poems that were most popular with anthologists during the earlier period.’
  • ‘I firmly believe that anthologists have a responsibility to be canon makers.’