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.
It is virtue gone to seed: it is a kind of posthumous honor.
But posthumous evocations are seldom of any avail; and O'Connell's was no longer a name to conjure with.
An Irish student was once asked what was meant by posthumous works.
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.