Special Supplemental Letter from the Editor
As I noted in this space barely half a month ago, our last special supplemental monograph was about half an issue’s worth. Now, in this second half of the month, we are presenting a second half an issue’s worth of monographitude for your enjoyment and edification. As always, when we have worthy articles that are too long for SpecGram, we turn to our friends at Psammeticus Press (“Publishing anything that’s too long for Speculative Grammarian.”).
The present article continues a long and proud tradition of anthropological and semi-anthropological linguistic treatises in the pages of SpecGram. The torch has been carried by such luminaries as Sir Edmund C. Gladstone-Chamberlain, Claude Searsplainpockets, Merritt Greenberg and Joseph Ruhlen, Metalleus, and many others. In their impressive work of scholarship, “Acquiring Isolation: The Peculiar Case of Ghwǘǜb,” Tashel M. Kaithe and Valencia R. O’Shaughnessy pick up that torch, twirl it around, and even juggle it back and forth over their heads, giving our readers a show like none they have ever seen.
Thus, Speculative Grammarian, in association with and under the auspices of Psammeticus Press, is proud to present this monograph as a second special supplement to Volume CLIX for our subscribers—as well as for our other, less remunerative readers.
||Acquiring Isolation: The Peculiar Case of Ghwǘǜb—Tashel M. Kaithe and Valencia R. O’Shaughnessy
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