So, my resume (2 pp.) states that I have X number of publications/presentations, and then I have a (2 pp.) addendum that lists the actual details (it's my way of cheating and pretending that I'm not distributing a 4-page resume. See, it's an addendum! You can throw it away if you want!).
I've had a number of interviews by now, using this resume, and all the interviewers have been able to figure out exactly what this meant.
Last week, I had one interviewer who was initially baffled that I hadn't included the authors' names for each publication. Zie couldn't seem to grasp that the reason was because the author was the same for each: ME. I had to state that I'd written everything on the list at least 3 times.
I know that resumes are different from c.v.s and maybe zie was just confused by the convention, but come on - everyone else who's read my resume has figured this out. (Why would I list publications and presentations on my resume if I hadn't written them?) I just think this person couldn't quite grasp that I would actually have written all that stuff. (Hmm, maybe I don't look that old after all??)