Coleopterist for some reason neglected to mention addenda, the plural form of addendum. An addendum is “Something to be added; especially text added as an appendix or supplement to a document”.
A miscellanea is “A miscellaneous collection of different things; a miscellany”; a miscellany is “A collection of writings on various subjects or topics; an anthology”.
The term apocrypha, rather than suggesting miscellaneous, indicates “of doubtful authorship or authority”, and its etymology is from Latin apocryphus “apocryphal”, from Ancient Greek ἀπόκρυφος (apocruphos, “hidden, obscure”).
Esoterica is indeed a well-known term, but usually refers to “things that are esoteric; things that are impractical or specialised”, moreso than “odd miscellaneous topics”. Wiktionary uses a quote from a 2002 Time-magazine article (
Luke Helder's Bad Trip) to illustrate:
Helder was also a visionary given to muddled, passionate harangues on immortality, astral projection and other esoterica.