Looks like David Foster Wallace will never get a posthumous Pulitzer, to the outrage of his legions of fans.
Between My Father and the King By Janet Frame This posthumous collection is a must-read for Janet Frame fans.
Last July in Moscow, Magnitsky was given a posthumous punishment for his effrontery by being put on trial for tax evasion.
A posthumous collection of his essays, Between Parentheses, will be published in May.
As a living person, you are declaring your posthumous wishes.
His “Tracts and posthumous Works” were published in six volumes in 1754.
Harvey himself was but the posthumous child of the great Elizabethan period.
But posthumous evocations are seldom of any avail; and O'Connell's was no longer a name to conjure with.
It would be quite like the fellow to have this posthumous wipe at Simon.
In the evening they went to hear Wagner's posthumous work Parsifal.
mid-15c., "born after the death of the originator" (author or father), from Late Latin posthumus, from Latin postumus "last, last-born," superlative of posterus "coming after, subsequent" (see posterior). Altered in Late Latin by association with Latin humare "to bury," suggesting death; the one born after the father's death obviously being the last. An Old English word for this was æfterboren, literally "after-born." Related: Posthumously.