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va Voce, Vi
> O rue the day I god a cold... Speculative Grammarian CLXXIX.3 August 2017
> There was once a linguist from Bow... Speculative Grammarian CLXXIX.4 October 2017
 
Vaguely, in Words
> I don’t think your grammar’s superb... Speculative Grammarian CLXXI.3 November 2014
> The Neogrammarians’ work... Speculative Grammarian CLXXVI.1 May 2016
 
van der Fort, J. S. S.
> Examination of the Raartong Language VI: The Intoxicational Affix Speculative Grammarian CLXI.1 February 2011
 
van der Meer, Jonathan
> The Assumption of Slang Speculative Grammarian CL.4 October 2005
> Chomskadamus Predicts The Future Speculative Grammarian CLIII.3 January 2008
> “Double-Dot Wide O / Nasal-Ingressive Voiceless Velar Trill”by J–––– J–––––– Speculative Grammarian CLXXI.1 September 2014
> An Editorial Comment on ElHaye and Jiŋkins Speculative Grammarian CLXI.1 February 2011
> A Final Word on Fame, Formulæ, and Linguistics Speculative Grammarian CLXVIII.1 September 2013
> HuffmenglishA Proposal for Lossless Entropy-Encoded Spelling Reform Speculative Grammarian CLXI.2 March 2011
> A Menu for Linguists Speculative Grammarian CLVII.3 November 2009
> Normalized Independent Basis-Vector–Based Languages and the Dream of Just Universal Enough LanguagesA Reply to Nsiwander-Sic Speculative Grammarian CLXVI.3 February 2013
> Palindromic PassivizationOvercoming the Computational Cost of So-Called “Center-Embedding” Passives Speculative Grammarian CLVIII.1 January 2010
> Performance of “The Assumption of Slang” SpecGram Podcast January 2014
> Performance of “The Collected Wisdom of Linguists, Part Α” SpecGram Podcast April 2012
> Performance of “The Collected Wisdom of Linguists, Part Β” SpecGram Podcast May 2012
> Performance of “The Collected Wisdom of Linguists, Part Γ” SpecGram Podcast June 2012
> Performance of “Gavagai with Peppers” SpecGram Podcast March 2012
> Performance of “How Do I Love Thee? Let Me Draw a Tree Diagram” SpecGram Podcast February 2012
> Performance of “How Linguistics Got Her Groove Back” SpecGram Podcast November 2015
> Performance of “Labyrinths & Linguists” SpecGram Podcast September 2015
> Performance of “Linguistic Emissions Reduction Sought” SpecGram Podcast July 2015
> Performance of “Love Queries of a Linguist” SpecGram Podcast February 2012
> Performance of “My Love is Like a Colorless Green Simile” SpecGram Podcast February 2012
> Performance of “The Phonetician’s Love Poem” SpecGram Podcast February 2012
> Performance of “Plagiarism Uncovered in SpecGram Pages” SpecGram Podcast June 2016
> Performance of “Proto-Indo-SpamopeanAn Early Exemplar of ‘Ye Olde Baite of Yon Clicke’ ” SpecGram Podcast September 2015
> Performance of “A Psychosis of the “Framework Psychosis” Framework” SpecGram Podcast September 2014
> Performance of “Recision and Precall—Accuracy Measures for the 21st Century” SpecGram Podcast December 2013
> Performance of “The Typesetter’s Nursery Rhyme” SpecGram Podcast June 2015
> Performance of “Val Harmony” SpecGram Podcast February 2012
> Performance of “A Yonge Philologiste’s First Drynkynge Poime” SpecGram Podcast March 2015
> A Psychosis of the “Framework Psychosis” Framework Speculative Grammarian CLXVIII.3 November 2013
> Recision and Precall—Accuracy Measures for the 21st Century Speculative Grammarian CLII.4 July 2007
> Some Letters from Some Editors Speculative Grammarian CLI.4 October 2006
> Transform Puzzles IVaguely Linguistic Transforms Speculative Grammarian CLIII.4 March 2008
> Transform Puzzles IINow With Enhanced Sound! Speculative Grammarian CLIV.1 May 2008
> Transform Puzzles IIIThe Final Showdown Speculative Grammarian CLIV.3 July 2008
> Uncovering the Hidden Secrets of Alphapointillism Speculative Grammarian CLXIV.3 May 2012
> What is Linguistics Good For, Anyway? Speculative Grammarian CLV.4 February 2009
> Word Relations Speculative Grammarian CLXI.1 February 2011
 
van der Sandt, Rob
> Gavagai with Peppers Speculative Grammarian CL.3 July 2005
 
Van Pijperzele, Jef
> Linguistic Equations Speculative Grammarian CLVII.η July 2009
 
Van Tricasse, Jeannot
> Annual Real­gedanken­experiment Grant Speculative Grammarian CLXVII.1 April 2013
> Improving L2 Performance with Pirahã, Shigudo, and Simple English—The effects of syntactic and semantic priming on successful L2 communication Speculative Grammarian CLXI.1 February 2011
 
van Tuckett, Mannfrum
> Avram Noam Chomsky... Speculative Grammarian CLXX.4 August 2014
> Morphemic, schmorphemic! Speculative Grammarian CLXXI.4 December 2014
> Pinching up narrower... Speculative Grammarian CLXXIII.1 May 2015
> Students looking for linguistic heroes... Speculative Grammarian CLXXX.1 November 2017
> Symbols for sciency... Speculative Grammarian CLXXII.2 February 2015
> There once pondered a typologist, weak and weary... Speculative Grammarian CLXIX.1 January 2014
> There once was a budding morphologist... Speculative Grammarian CLXXIV.3 November 2015
> There once was a clause existential... Speculative Grammarian CLXVIII.3 November 2013
> There once was a phonemic contrast... Speculative Grammarian CLXXXII.3 September 2018
> There once was a student of diachroný... Speculative Grammarian CLXXX.2 December 2017
> There once was not a logician. Speculative Grammarian CLXIX.2 February 2014
 
Vanderkeller, Jan
> Review of Zhang, Jiannan, The Relationships between Processes and Participants in Chinese: A Cognitive Approach Better Words and Morphemes I.3 May 1991
 
Vanlandingham-Vanderveer, Vervet Vandiver
> Review of John Stuart Mill and the Temple of Doom Speculative Grammarian CLXVII.3 June 2013
 
Various Authors
> Great Moments in Linguistic History Son of Lingua Pranca November 1979
> An Introduction to Cagian Linguistics Speculative Grammarian CLXII.1 June 2011
 
Vē, Suṛɨ
> The Dictionary of What Things Should MeanAccording to Non-Linguists Speculative Grammarian CLXXXII.3 September 2018
 
Venditto, Rodabaugh
> A Natural History of the Wug Speculative Grammarian CLXXIX.2 June 2017
 
Vinson, Tom
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLXI.2 March 2011
 
Virgillito, Daniele
> The Universal WH-eatherIndeductivist Grapho-Synoptic Introduction to the Principles-and-Principles Prolegomena of a Theory of WH-Fixedness Speculative Grammarian CLIV.2 June 2008
 
Vlad the Inhaler
> A PhD student called Emma... Speculative Grammarian CLXXIV.3 November 2015
 
von Blucher, Gebhard
> The Role of Language in Telepathic Communication Gaugauh Kamadugha I.4 August 1991
 
von Helganschtein Searsplainpockets, Claudette
> Grammaticalization of and Generalizations to What’s-PRO-Face Among Annoying Pre-Teens Speculative Grammarian CLXXIX.3 August 2017
 
von Helganschtein Searsplainpockets, Helgi
> Grammaticalization of and Generalizations to What’s-PRO-Face Among Annoying Pre-Teens Speculative Grammarian CLXXIX.3 August 2017
 
von Helganschtein y Searsplainpockets, Helga
> Among the Metal MouthsAn Anthropological Linguistic Study of the Fɛʀ↓ʁʘʊⓢ↑ Speculative Grammarian CLXV.1 July 2012
> The Boy Who Stuttered WolfA Linguistic Tale of Caution Among the Tʷɪči Speculative Grammarian CLXI.4 May 2011
> How to Speak to ForeignersAn Anthropological Linguistic Study of the ʔɪɯnkʈlɳɪɞʃt Speculative Grammarian CLXII.1 June 2011
> I Told You it was Not the Whole (Number) StoryAn Anthropological Linguistic Followup on Non-Integral Person in Åriðmatçəl Verbs Speculative Grammarian CLIV.2 June 2008
> It’s Notso Clear Now, Is It? Speculative Grammarian CLXIV.4 June 2012
> Tenth Anniversary Testimonials Speculative Grammarian CLXIX.2 February 2014
> ’Trilaas in ManilaAn Anthropological Linguistic Study of Multi-Trill Counting Speculative Grammarian CLX.2 November 2010
> ’Trilaas Outside Manila!An Anthropological Linguistic Followup on Multi-Trill Counting Speculative Grammarian CLXI.2 March 2011
> Whirl, Whirl, WhirlSpinning a Good YarnAn Anthropological Linguistic Study of the Prmu Ta Šn Register of the Ro Ta Tora Dores Speculative Grammarian CLXV.3 September 2012
 
von Lichtgeschwindigkeit, Sachsen
> The Development of the Brain and Its Implication for Language, Music and Pest Control, or, The Pied Piper Revisited Speculative Grammarian CXLIX.2 April 2004
 
von Ordoñez, Zacharias Esteban
> “Green Tea” and the Evil Monkey of Structuralism Speculative Grammarian CLXXIII.2 June 2015
 
von Sōkaiya, Hlökk bin Praeteritio ab Ἀπόστροφος
> At the Mall of Indo-Europea Speculative Grammarian CLXII.1 June 2011
 
vonn Güügënschnëchtën, Alfraad
> A Meta-Analysis of Article Length vs Quality, or, Why Only Short Papers Really Matter Speculative Grammarian CXLIX.3 July 2004
 
Vowoshtshak, Dzhakalin Sotsheetluh Zaiveeëra Konsepseeyown
> Also Somewat Against Diskarding Symbolz from Anglisist RitingBut in a Kompletely Different Way Speculative Grammarian CLXXXIV.1 March 2019
 
Vulcan, Pele
> Geothermal Influences on Second-Person Clusivity Speculative Grammarian CLXXXIV.3 May 2019
 

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Wahnsinnbetrunken, Hihau’arju
> Invisible Zeromorphs Are Easy to MissA Reply to Orange’s Cat Speculative Grammarian CLVII.1 August 2009
 
Wakȟáŋ, Heyókȟa
> Files in the WildFile naming practices as indicators of academic introversion/extraversion Speculative Grammarian CLXIII.1 October 2011
 
Walton, John-Boy
> The Compleat Linguist Collateral Descendant of Lingua Pranca October 2009
 
Watanabe, Hiroko
> Ndaba Forms of Address Gaugauh Kamadugha I.4 August 1991
 
Weaselflinger, Bjorn-Bob
> Deluxe Layered Model of Linguistics Speculative Grammarian CLXX.1 May 2014
> Infinity and Beyond: A Prolegomena Speculative Grammarian CXLIX.3 July 2004
> UXn: The Implications of Sampson’s Proof of Universal Science Speculative Grammarian CLIV.1 May 2008
 
Wei, Shr Ji
> Advancing Pedagogical Methodology in the Linguistics Classroom Linguist of Fortune I.1 November 1990
> Review of Lily Brown’s review of 张红宾的 review of 李丽丽的 review of Roger J. Smith’s Reported Speech in Chinese-英语 Codeswitching Speculative Grammarian CLXXV.3 March 2016
 
Weingarten, Anna
> Performance of Selections from “Hymns for the Reverent Linguist” SpecGram Podcast December 2015
 
Welch, Nicholas
> Introducing Sadian Speculative Grammarian CLXXIV.1 September 2015
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLXXIV.2 October 2015
 
Weller, Tom
> Beowulf ond Godsylla Speculative Grammarian CLIII.3 January 2008
 
Wells-Jensen, Jason
> The Braille Song Speculative Grammarian CLVIII.1 January 2010
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. XXXV SpecGram Podcast December 2014
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. XXXVI SpecGram Podcast December 2014
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. XLIII SpecGram Podcast May 2015
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. XLIV SpecGram Podcast May 2015
> Performance of “The Braille Song” SpecGram Podcast April 2010
> Performance of “Hymns for the Reverent Linguist” SpecGram Podcast December 2012
> Performance of “The Swiss Data Massage Villa” SpecGram Podcast August 2014
> The Texas World Cultural Festival and Poetry Recitation Competition SpecGram Podcast November 2014
 
Wells-Jensen, Sheri
> Barnyard Linguistics Speculative Grammarian CLXXIV.3 November 2015
> A Braille Orthography for tlhIngan Speculative Grammarian CLII.2 March 2007
> The Braille Song Speculative Grammarian CLVIII.1 January 2010
> “Choose Your Own Career in Linguistics”by Trey Jones Speculative Grammarian CLXXI.1 September 2014
> Degenerative Grammar Speculative Grammarian CLXXII.2 February 2015
> Degenerative GrammarOur Current State of Linguistic Degradation Speculative Grammarian CLXVI.4 March 2013
> Delivery Attempt Notification Speculative Grammarian CLXIX.2 February 2014
> Desperatio Scholasticus: Cogitatio de Spiritus Grammaticae Speculative Grammarian CLXV.1 July 2012
> The Dictionary of What Things Should MeanAccording to Non-Linguists Speculative Grammarian CLXXXII.3 September 2018
> Extended Electro­encephalo­graphical Examination Reveals Asymmetrical Neuro Oscillations in Bilingual Subjects with 24-Hour Sleep/Wake Disorder Speculative Grammarian CLXVII.1 April 2013
> Feature Girl Episode 1 SpecGram Podcast February 2012
> The Future English BibleBook Announcement from Psammeticus Press Speculative Grammarian CLX.4 January 2011
> Good Enough for Folk EtymologyPart I Speculative Grammarian CLXXXI.4 June 2018
> Good Enough for Folk EtymologyPart II Speculative Grammarian CLXXXII.1 July 2018
> House of Pronouns Speculative Grammarian CLXXXI.2 April 2018
> How to Pay for Linguistic Fieldwork Speculative Grammarian CLVIII.4 April 2010
> I Heard It Through the GrapevinePart IA Survey of Current and Historical Evidentials Reportedly of Interest to Linguists Speculative Grammarian CLXXIV.4 December 2015
> I Heard It Through the GrapevinePart IIA Survey of Current and Historical EvidentialsReportedly of Interest to Linguists Speculative Grammarian CLXXV.1 January 2016
> It Was a Dark and Stormy Noun...1985 Edition Speculative Grammarian CLXX.4 August 2014
> It Was a Dark and Stormy Noun...1987 Edition Speculative Grammarian CLXXI.4 December 2014
> A language discovered on Mars... Speculative Grammarian CLXXXV.1 July 2019
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. XI SpecGram Podcast March 2012
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. XII SpecGram Podcast April 2012
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. XXI SpecGram Podcast December 2012
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. XXII SpecGram Podcast January 2013
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. XXV SpecGram Podcast May 2013
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. XXVI SpecGram Podcast June 2013
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. XXVII SpecGram Podcast August 2013
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. XXVIII SpecGram Podcast August 2013
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. XXIX SpecGram Podcast March 2014
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. XXX SpecGram Podcast April 2014
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. XXXI SpecGram Podcast April 2014
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. XXXII SpecGram Podcast April 2014
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. XXXIII SpecGram Podcast April 2014
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. XXXIV SpecGram Podcast May 2014
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. XXXV SpecGram Podcast December 2014
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. XXXVI SpecGram Podcast December 2014
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. XXXVII SpecGram Podcast December 2014
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. XXXVIII SpecGram Podcast December 2014
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. XXXIX SpecGram Podcast January 2015
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. XL SpecGram Podcast January 2015
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. XLI SpecGram Podcast May 2015
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. XLII SpecGram Podcast May 2015
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. XLIII SpecGram Podcast May 2015
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. XLIV SpecGram Podcast May 2015
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. XLV SpecGram Podcast December 2016
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. XLVI SpecGram Podcast December 2016
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. XLVII SpecGram Podcast December 2016
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. XLVIII SpecGram Podcast December 2016
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. XLIX SpecGram Podcast January 2017
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. L SpecGram Podcast January 2017
> LinguaDate Speculative Grammarian CLXVII.2 May 2013
> Linguistic Term Definitions for Dummies Speculative Grammarian CLXXVIII.4 April 2017
> A lovely red bird came to scoff... Speculative Grammarian CLXXII.4 April 2015
> A Menu for Linguists Speculative Grammarian CLVII.3 November 2009
> “Morpheme Addiction”by Susan Wishnetsky Speculative Grammarian CLXXI.1 September 2014
> My hen sang to me this sad song... Speculative Grammarian CLXXI.2 October 2014
> My hound said to me, “You’re a cad... Speculative Grammarian CLXXII.3 March 2015
> My tom said to me one dark night... Speculative Grammarian CLXX.4 August 2014
> Nuclear Linguistics: The Story of the Local Interlingual Supercolliders for Phonemes Speculative Grammarian CLXVI.2 January 2013
> On the Sexiness of Linguistics Speculative Grammarian CLXXII.1 January 2015
> Orbital LinguisticsA Report on the State of the Starfield Speculative Grammarian CLXIV.2 March 2012
> Overheard in the SpecGram Editorial Lounge Speculative Grammarian CLXXI.2 October 2014
> Performance of “The Braille Song” SpecGram Podcast April 2010
> Performance of “SpecGram Suzie!” SpecGram Podcast March 2014
> A Public Service Announcement Speculative Grammarian CLXVI.1 November 2012
> Reasons to Become a Professional Linguist Speculative Grammarian CLXVIII.4 December 2013
> Rethinking Social Sciences Under the Influence of N-Bar Theory Speculative Grammarian CLXV.4 October 2012
> Review! Speculative Grammarian CLXXI.1 September 2014
> Ruminating on Consonants Speculative Grammarian CLXIV.1 February 2012
> The SpecGram InquisitionSheri Wells-Jensen Speculative Grammarian CLXX.4 August 2014
> The SpecGram Linguistic Advice Collective Speculative Grammarian CLXVII.2 May 2013
> The SpecGram Linguistic Advice Collective Speculative Grammarian CLXVII.3 June 2013
> The SpecGram Linguistic Advice Collective Speculative Grammarian CLXVIII.1 September 2013
> The SpecGram Linguistic Advice Collective Speculative Grammarian CLXIX.3 March 2014
> The SpecGram Linguistic Advice Collective Speculative Grammarian CLXXV.3 March 2016
> The SpecGram Linguistic Advice Collective Speculative Grammarian CLXXXI.3 May 2018
> The SpecGram Linguistic Advice Collective Speculative Grammarian CLXXXI.4 June 2018
> A Student’s Guide to the History of Linguistics Based on Example Sentences Speculative Grammarian CLXII.3 August 2011
> The Swiss Data Massage Villa Speculative Grammarian CLXVIII.1 September 2013
> Tenth Anniversary Testimonials Speculative Grammarian CLXIX.2 February 2014
> That family restaurant... Speculative Grammarian CLXXV.3 March 2016
> That Tenured Man Speculative Grammarian CLXXX.2 December 2017
> There once was a minimalist who... Speculative Grammarian CLXVIII.2 October 2013
> Things We All Take for GrantedA Letter from Supernumerary Editor Weirahl Innitto Gaither Speculative Grammarian CLXXXIV.3 May 2019
> Top Tips For LinguistsPart I Speculative Grammarian CLXXIV.3 November 2015
> Top Tips For LinguistsPart II Speculative Grammarian CLXXIV.4 December 2015
> Unmasking Editorializing in Linguistic Articles Speculative Grammarian CLXV.2 August 2012
> “Variation in the English Indefinite Article”by Tim Pulju Speculative Grammarian CLXXI.1 September 2014
> A Venery of TermsPart ICollective Nouns for Linguists Speculative Grammarian CLXXVI.2 June 2016
> A Venery of TermsPart IICollective Nouns for Linguists Speculative Grammarian CLXXVI.3 July 2016
> A Venery of TermsPart IIICollective Nouns for Linguists Speculative Grammarian CLXXVI.4 August 2016
> We Got One Wet, And Now They Are Multiplying Speculative Grammarian CLI.3 July 2006
 
Wells-Jensen, Stovepipe
> A Braille Orthography for tlhIngan Speculative Grammarian CLII.2 March 2007
 
Wenck, Jörg
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLVI.3 May 2009
 
Wharf, Benjamin
> The Man Who Left His Deictic Center in San Francisco Speculative Grammarian CLXX.1 May 2014
 
Wheeler, Jeremy
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLIX.2 June 2010
 
Whitcomb, James Riley
> Old Professor Hockett World of Language I.2 February 1991
 
Whitford Jones, Declan
> Performance of “The Devil’s Dictionary of Linguistics and Phonetics” SpecGram Podcast March 2016
> Performance of “The Effect of Coffee Consumption on Adults’ Average MLU” SpecGram Podcast December 2009
> Performance of “Everything psychologists wanted to know about linguistics but were afraid to ask” SpecGram Podcast September 2013
> Performance of “The History of the Indo-EuropeansAn Agony in Six Fits” SpecGram Podcast June 2016
> Performance of “Nasal-Ingressive Voiceless Velar Trill (Letters to the Editor)” SpecGram Podcast December 2009
> Performance of “Plagiarism Uncovered in SpecGram Pages” SpecGram Podcast June 2016
> Performance of “Reviewerish Field Notes” SpecGram Podcast March 2016
> Performance of “Top Tips For LinguistsPart I” SpecGram Podcast April 2016
> Performance of “Top Tips For LinguistsPart II” SpecGram Podcast April 2016
> Performance of “Ye Olde PunneryThe Jigglepike Fragment” SpecGram Podcast April 2016
 
Whitford Jones, Mairead
> Performance of “The Devil’s Dictionary of Linguistics and Phonetics” SpecGram Podcast March 2016
> Performance of “The Effect of Coffee Consumption on Adults’ Average MLU” SpecGram Podcast December 2009
> Performance of “The History of the Indo-EuropeansAn Agony in Six Fits” SpecGram Podcast June 2016
> Performance of “Reviewerish Field Notes” SpecGram Podcast March 2016
> Performance of “The Sociolinguistic Impact of Hippie Linguist Naming Practices” SpecGram Podcast September 2013
> Performance of “Top Tips For LinguistsPart I” SpecGram Podcast April 2016
> Performance of “Top Tips For LinguistsPart II” SpecGram Podcast April 2016
> Performance of “Ye Olde PunneryThe Jigglepike Fragment” SpecGram Podcast April 2016
 
Whitford, Joey
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. VII SpecGram Podcast August 2011
> Performance of “The Boustrophedon-Plummerfeld Hypothesis and Futurological Linguistics” SpecGram Podcast March 2010
> Performance of “The Devil’s Dictionary of Linguistics and Phonetics” SpecGram Podcast March 2016
> Performance of “The Effect of Coffee Consumption on Adults’ Average MLU” SpecGram Podcast December 2009
> Performance of “The History of the Indo-EuropeansAn Agony in Six Fits” SpecGram Podcast June 2016
> Performance of “How Linguistics Got Her Groove Back” SpecGram Podcast November 2015
> Performance of “The Linguistic Singularity and the Linguistic Multiverse” SpecGram Podcast January 2012
> Performance of “The Linguistics Wars” SpecGram Podcast November 2010
> Performance of “Parenting Styles and Progeny SuccessA Practical Guide to Broken-Record Parenting” SpecGram Podcast January 2016
> Performance of “Review of Pulju’s An Optimality-Theoretic Account of the History of Linguistics: Past, Present, Future SpecGram Podcast June 2012
> Performance of “Review of Van Der Fort’s Guide to Field Linguistics SpecGram Podcast February 2013
> Performance of “Reviewerish Field Notes” SpecGram Podcast March 2016
> Performance of “The Sociolinguistic Impact of Hippie Linguist Naming Practices” SpecGram Podcast September 2013
> Performance of “Top Tips For LinguistsPart I” SpecGram Podcast April 2016
> Performance of “Top Tips For LinguistsPart II” SpecGram Podcast April 2016
> Performance of “Twenty Special Forms of Rhetoric” SpecGram Podcast January 2011
> Performance of “Ye Olde PunneryThe Jigglepike Fragment” SpecGram Podcast April 2016
> Ten New Commandments for Linguists Collateral Descendant of Lingua Pranca October 2009
 
Whom, Dr.
> The daily routine keeps me busy... Speculative Grammarian CLXXIX.3 August 2017
> My Ista complained to my face... Speculative Grammarian CLXXI.2 October 2014
> Of languages I know a ton... Speculative Grammarian CLXXIII.4 August 2015
> There are languages made without sound... Speculative Grammarian CLXXV.4 April 2016
> A Vembletroon Speculative Grammarian CLXXVI.3 July 2016
 
Wigderson, Yuval
> Good Enough for Folk EtymologyPart I Speculative Grammarian CLXXXI.4 June 2018
> Good Enough for Folk EtymologyPart II Speculative Grammarian CLXXXII.1 July 2018
> Great Linguistics Movies and Their Famous LinesPart I Speculative Grammarian CLXXII.3 March 2015
> I don’t think your grammar’s superb... Speculative Grammarian CLXXI.3 November 2014
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLXXI.4 December 2014
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLXXV.1 January 2016
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLXXV.4 April 2016
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLXXIX.3 August 2017
> Meet the SpecGram Editors Speculative Grammarian CLXXXIII.3 January 2019
> The Neogrammarians’ work... Speculative Grammarian CLXXVI.1 May 2016
> *u̯erg̑- u̯erg̑- u̯erg̑-: Aspects of Indo-European Popular Culture Speculative Grammarian CLXXXIII.1 November 2018
> A Venery of TermsPart ICollective Nouns for Linguists Speculative Grammarian CLXXVI.2 June 2016
> A Venery of TermsPart IICollective Nouns for Linguists Speculative Grammarian CLXXVI.3 July 2016
> A Venery of TermsPart IIICollective Nouns for Linguists Speculative Grammarian CLXXVI.4 August 2016
 
Will, George E.
> The Narcolinguistic Effects of Professional Athletic Strikes: The hidden danger of baseball—is your community safe? Speculative Grammarian CLXI.1 February 2011
 
Williams, Nick
> Et Al. Speculative Grammarian CLVII.η July 2009
 
Williamses, William Carlos Williams Carloses
> Language Death by Speaker RejectionA Few Case Studies Speculative Grammarian CLXV.1 July 2012
> Language Death by Speaker RejectionMore Case Studies Speculative Grammarian CLXV.2 August 2012
 
Wilson, Vince
> I Study Linguistics SpecGram Podcast May 2014
 
Wishnetsky, Susan
> Morpheme Addiction Lingua Pranca June 1978
 
Wołoszczak, Jacqueline Xóchitl Xaviera Concepción
> Also Somewat Against Diskarding Symbolz from Anglisist RitingBut in a Kompletely Different Way Speculative Grammarian CLXXXIV.1 March 2019
 
Wong, Tangent
> LingDoku IIThe Revival Speculative Grammarian CLXIX.2 February 2014
 
Wood, Christopher
> “Weee!”The First/Second Singular/Plural Speculative Grammarian CLII.2 March 2007
 
Word, A.
> An Analysis of easy-Type Adjectives Speculative Grammarian CLIII.3 January 2008
 
Worm, N. Significant
> The Stalker Speculative Grammarian CL.4 October 2005
 
Wright, I.M. Shirley
> The BS Default Node: A Reply to Luvver Speculative Grammarian CXLVIII.1 March 1997
> Linguistics: The Ultimate Field of Study? Speculative Grammarian CXLVII.4 April 1993
 
Wu, Quan Tûm
> NEOLOGA-1A Macrofactor Framework for Linguistics Disorders Speculative Grammarian CLXV.2 August 2012
 
Wurmmacher, Horst Q.
> More foam Please: Getting morphology from polysemy without it having to have ever been there Speculative Grammarian CLX.1 October 2010
 
Ŵydd, Mam
> Hickory, dickory, dock... Speculative Grammarian CLXXXIV.3 May 2019
 

X Authors ^


X. Quizzit Korps Center for Advanced Collaborative Studies
> Barnyard Linguistics Speculative Grammarian CLXXIV.3 November 2015
> Be a Linguistics SurvivorOut-Think. Out-Publish. ... Out Cold. Speculative Grammarian CLXXXI.3 May 2018
> Degenerative Grammar Speculative Grammarian CLXXII.2 February 2015
> Degenerative GrammarOur Current State of Linguistic Degradation Speculative Grammarian CLXVI.4 March 2013
> The Dictionary of What Things Should MeanAccording to Non-Linguists Speculative Grammarian CLXXXII.3 September 2018
> Good Enough for Folk EtymologyPart I Speculative Grammarian CLXXXI.4 June 2018
> Good Enough for Folk EtymologyPart II Speculative Grammarian CLXXXII.1 July 2018
> Good Enough for Folk EtymologyPart III Speculative Grammarian CLXXXIII.4 February 2019
> Good Enough for Folk EtymologyPart IV Speculative Grammarian CLXXXIV.2 April 2019
> Good Enough for Folk EtymologyPart V Speculative Grammarian CLXXXIV.4 June 2019
> Good Enough for Folk EtymologyPart VI Speculative Grammarian CLXXXV.2 August 2019
> How Many Languages Do You Speak? Speculative Grammarian CLXXIX.2 June 2017
> I Heard It Through the GrapevinePart IA Survey of Current and Historical Evidentials Reportedly of Interest to Linguists Speculative Grammarian CLXXIV.4 December 2015
> I Heard It Through the GrapevinePart IIA Survey of Current and Historical EvidentialsReportedly of Interest to Linguists Speculative Grammarian CLXXV.1 January 2016
> An Introduction to Familial LinguisticsThe Syntax and Grammar of Husband, Wife and Teenager Speculative Grammarian CLXIV.3 May 2012
> Izzy as Pie Speculative Grammarian CLXIV.4 June 2012
> Language Death by Speaker RejectionA Few Case Studies Speculative Grammarian CLXV.1 July 2012
> Language Death by Speaker RejectionMore Case Studies Speculative Grammarian CLXV.2 August 2012
> The Linguist Parallel Parking Challenge Speculative Grammarian CLXXXIV.1 March 2019
> Linguistic (Fight) Clubs Speculative Grammarian CLXXXII.4 October 2018
> Linguistic Insults for Every Occasion Speculative Grammarian CLXVII.4 August 2013
> Linguistic Old Wives Tales Speculative Grammarian CLXXXIV.3 May 2019
> Nominative Determinism Speculative Grammarian CLXXV.4 April 2016
> Nuclear Linguistics: The Story of the Local Interlingual Supercolliders for Phonemes Speculative Grammarian CLXVI.2 January 2013
> On the Sexiness of Linguistics Speculative Grammarian CLXXII.1 January 2015
> One Hundred Words for Snowclone Speculative Grammarian CLXX.2 June 2014
> Orbital LinguisticsA Report on the State of the Starfield Speculative Grammarian CLXIV.2 March 2012
> Reasons Not to Study LinguisticsPart I Speculative Grammarian CLXXXV.1 July 2019
> Reasons to Become a Professional Linguist Speculative Grammarian CLXVIII.4 December 2013
> Research That Counts Speculative Grammarian CLXXIX.1 May 2017
> Rethinking Social Sciences Under the Influence of N-Bar Theory Speculative Grammarian CLXV.4 October 2012
> Ruminating on Consonants Speculative Grammarian CLXIV.1 February 2012
> To Shreds, You Say?The Impact of Poly-Catastrophic Mountaineering on Advances in Topographic Linguistics Speculative Grammarian CLXXXI.2 April 2018
> A Venery of TermsPart ICollective Nouns for Linguists Speculative Grammarian CLXXVI.2 June 2016
> A Venery of TermsPart IICollective Nouns for Linguists Speculative Grammarian CLXXVI.3 July 2016
> A Venery of TermsPart IIICollective Nouns for Linguists Speculative Grammarian CLXXVI.4 August 2016
> What Happens When Linguists Meet? Speculative Grammarian CLXXXIII.3 January 2019
> The Words of the Prophets Are Written on the Restroom Walls... Speculative Grammarian CLXXXII.2 August 2018
 
X., Suzy
> The Effect of Coffee Consumption on Adults’ Average MLU at the Breakfast Table Psammeticus Quarterly XVI.3 May 1989
 
Xerus & Ratufa
> Clearance SaleXerus & Ratufa Speculative Grammarian CLXXI.4 December 2014
> Clearance SaleXerus & Ratufa Speculative Grammarian CLXXII.2 February 2015
> Clearance SaleXerus & Ratufa Speculative Grammarian CLXXII.4 April 2015
> The Peristaltic Meditations of Noam ChomskyBook Announcement from Xerus & Ratufa Press Speculative Grammarian CLXXVIII.1 January 2017
> Phonology Hero Speculative Grammarian CLXXVIII.4 April 2017
> Xerus & Ratufa and Zombies Speculative Grammarian CLXXVII.2 October 2016
 

Y Authors ^


Yalbag, Mongo
> On a Recent Application of Game Theory to Linguistics Education Speculative Grammarian CLXV.3 September 2012
> On Dominance and Submissiveness in Cognitive Linguistics Speculative Grammarian CLVII.2 September 2009
> Towards a Detailed Biochemistry of Innate Mental Structures: Consequences of an OT Approach to the Contemporary Novel Speculative Grammarian CLXXV.ξ Mid-March 2016
> “Towards a Perfect Definition of the Term ‘Sign’ ”by Louis Capet Speculative Grammarian CLXXI.1 September 2014
 
Yarborough, Scott
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. XV SpecGram Podcast June 2012
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. XVI SpecGram Podcast July 2012
 
Yue-Ramirez, Albertrinette Q.
> On Saving Endangered Languages as Part of Doing Doctoral Research Speculative Grammarian CLXIV.4 June 2012
 
Yurōn, Yùron
> X Marks the SpotFilling the Empty Quadrant Speculative Grammarian CLXXVII.1 September 2016
 
Yẙÿẙÿẙ, Yýŷỳ
> Redundantly Multilingual Pretension Markers in BWFSEDPRCLCEE Speculative Grammarian CLV.4 February 2009
 

Z Authors ^


Zarfu
> Whinge Speculative Grammarian CLXXIX.3 August 2017
 
Žestókij-Grausam, Cruella
> Parsers in the Cloud Speculative Grammarian CLIX.1 May 2010
 
Ziggle-Formenshult, Vleth
> A Brief History of the Bleggish Language Speculative Grammarian CLVII.4 December 2009
 
Zikiwik, Xerxes Yuniqqi
> Counterpoint: Why Linguistics Doesn’t Care Speculative Grammarian CL.3 July 2005
 
Zimmer, Karl
> Note on the peH3 Root in French Lingua Pranca June 1978
 
Zounderkite, Gobemouche
> CorrigendumTeaching, a Toad, and the Perils of Linear Precedence Speculative Grammarian CLXXX.2 December 2017
 
Zverkov, Liza
> Generational Differences in Set-Definitional Pronoun Reference Among the Winodanugaian Speculative Grammarian CLXVI.3 February 2013
 
Zweistein, Al
> Orbital LinguisticsA Report on the State of the Starfield Speculative Grammarian CLXIV.2 March 2012