Is there a license that is basically an MIT license (public domain plus attribution) but in addition also requires someone who releases a derivative work publicly to inform the copyright holder of the release and granting the copyright holder the right to add a mention of the derivative work in a public list of derivative works?
The requirement to inform the copyright holder of new releases of forks is a requirement that disqualifies a license from being open-source.
Such a license fails the Desert Island Test, which effectively ensures that people who are not able to communicate back also get the freedoms of the license.
The right to mention a derived work in a public list is not something that can be controlled effectively in a copyright license. Copyright does not forbid you to compile such a list, so a statement around that topic in a copyright license has no meaning.
What you can do is to add a section to your documentation with the .list of derived works and ask your users to send you updates for that list when new derivative works are created and/or when new releases are published. You just can't make it a requirement.