Table-Talk by John Selden, or Seldeniana, published by Southgate, 1868

Toying with this idea of table-talk for the next Tanks & Tablecloths wave…

-ana |ˈɑːnə|

(forming plural nouns) denoting things associated with a person, place, or field of interest: 
Americana | Victoriana.

In 1755, Samuel Johnson's Dictionary described an -ana as 'loose thoughts, or casual hints, dropped by eminent men and collected by their friends'. (Johnson's Dictionary would therefore be called a Johnsoniana.)

John Selden published Table-Talk in 1689 and it later became known as Seldeniana.