- Mumbai, MH, India
- member since September 30, 2007
So these are two different people right? One entry for each brother? If so, very cool.
The author's bibliography on Shelfari is driven solely by when that name is placed in the contributor section on a book page. That is the only way to get stuff there. So...if that is on Shelfari, then, yes. Should that stuff be on Shelfari is a whole 'nother question. There are trash entries because of the mislabeling that sometimes happens on Amazon - those records migrate to Shelfari.
Shelfari is designing a solution but we don't have it yet.
RE the original question: "where" did you add the second name?
Technically they are "pseudonyms" because they are different names used by the same person. Shelfari doesn't, at this time, have a method to cleanly indicate that. Choose one. Then, on the author page, indicate that second name.
No - we can't handle pseudonyms yet. Shelfari is working on that. You can add a comment to the author page that says "also known as" or something.
I suspect this request has long ago been processed though. It wouldn't have stayed in the queue for a whole year. You'll need to check your edit history to determine who did what with it.
You're gonna have to help me out, here...
Re your contributor change request...
50 maestros, 50 recordings : the best of Indian classical music
Paul M. Ancheta edited the primary contributors section 2 weeks ago. (1 submission)
Amaan Ali Khan (Author) (ID:1002544192 (no bio), 1 book)
Amaan Ali Bangash (ID:2418841 (no bio), 1 book)
I've looked up all this on the web in various places.
For this particular "book", I can approve the request. However, if you check out the previous author record - http://www.shelfari.com/authors/a2418841/Amaan-Ali-Bangash/books
The only book for this person appears to be more appropriately name Amjad Ali Khan. Is this the same person associated with the composers book? Should we just rename that record or what?
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