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I have my own publications on Zotero, and would like a convenient way to export these references directly to my resume/CV so I only have to update them once. Is there a CSL style that can generate resume-style publication lists? They should appear in the following format and be sorted in reverse chronological order:

2020  Full bibliographic reference, formatted
      in whatever sensible style can be found.
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    I am not sure if it is exactly what you are looking for, but I made a LaTeX CV template a while ago which takes a .bib file as your publication lists and outputs it in reversed chronological order: github.com/Thijsvanede/cv . It is just something I use for my own CV, but feel free to use it for yours as well – Thijs van Ede Jun 24 at 16:24
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    Thanks! That's an interesting way to solve the problem. Though it's not exactly my use case (I have my CV in markdown ad process it with Pandoc and Pandoc-citeproc, hence the need for CSL), I'll look into it. – Pedro Palazzo Jun 24 at 16:31
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Adam Altmejd's GitHub repository has a CSL file that seems to be what you are looking for. Adam also compiles his CV from markdown with BibTeX via Pandoc and Pandoc-citeproc.

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  • This seems to work! I might pick up from there and see if I can generate a reverse-chronological bibliography. – Pedro Palazzo Jun 25 at 18:59
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Most citation manager allow you to change styles/define custom styles. For zotero see here.

All you need to do then is make a document where you add citations to all your references in whatever order you want, add the bibliography and copy it to your CV.

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