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Eats.., J.. K..
> Ozymandian semicolon.. lying in the sand.. Speculative Grammarian CLXV.2 August 2012
 
Edi, Margo
> Semi-Automatic Prophecy Extraction in Sacred BibliomancyA Breakthrough in SLP (Supernatural Language Processing) Speculative Grammarian CLXI.3 April 2011
 
Editorial staff of The Interplanetary Society for Chomskyan Studies
> Your journal’s insipid and wretched... Speculative Grammarian CLXXIX.3 August 2017
 
Editors of Babel
> En arche en ho logos Babel I.1 March 1990
> A Letter from the Publishers Babel I.3 September 1990
> Ta men, ta de, te kai ta alla Babel I.2 April 1990
 
Editors of JLSSCNC
> Academic News World of Language I.2 February 1991
> Brain Busters Langue du Monde XVI.4 September 1991
> Publication Information Linguist of Fortune I.1 November 1990
> Publication Information World of Language I.2 February 1991
> Publication Information Better Words and Morphemes I.3 May 1991
> Publication Information Gaugauh Kamadugha I.4 August 1991
 
Editors of PsQ
> From the Editors Psammeticus Quarterly XVI.1 November 1988
> From the Editors Psammeticus Quarterly XVI.2 February 1989
> From the Editors Psammeticus Quarterly XVI.3 May 1989
> From the Editors Psammeticus Quarterly XVI.4 August 1989
 
Editors of SpecGram
> Ah, Summer! Speculative Grammarian CL.3 July 2005
> All Hail Metalleus! Speculative Grammarian CLIII.4 March 2008
> Also Sprach Zarathustra Speculative Grammarian CXLVIII.2 January 1998
> And Now a Brief Message to/from Our Sponsors Speculative Grammarian CLVI.1 March 2009
> And the Winner Is... Speculative Grammarian CLXXII.1 January 2015
> Ane Editorial Comment on the Lack of Fresh Victims ContributorsA Letter from Associate Editor Jonathan Downie Speculative Grammarian CLXXV.3 March 2016
> Ane, Twa, ThreeA Letter from Associate Editor Jonathan Downie Speculative Grammarian CLXXIII.4 August 2015
> Annual Report to Shareholders, 2011The Speculative Grammarian Editorial Board Speculative Grammarian CLXII.2 July 2011
> An Apology to MathematiciansA Letter from the Apologetical Editor Speculative Grammarian CLVII.2 September 2009
> An April Fool Speculative Grammarian CL.2 April 2005
> ἀρξάσθων οἱ ἀγώναι Speculative Grammarian CLVII.η July 2009
> Big Assibilant ʃpider Speculative Grammarian CLXIX.3 March 2014
> A Bit-O-History Speculative Grammarian CLVI.4 June 2009
> Boas’ iDesktop­Information­Transmission­Device Speculative Grammarian CLIX.2 June 2010
> Breaking the Fourth Wall and the Fourth Voice Speculative Grammarian CLXIX.1 January 2014
> Bric-a-BrainA Shameless Plug from the Managing Editor Speculative Grammarian CLIII.1 September 2007
> Buzz, Buzz, Buzz Speculative Grammarian CLXXI.3 November 2014
> By printing pseudonymous bosh... Speculative Grammarian CLXXIX.3 August 2017
> Carta aos Pirahãs Speculative Grammarian CLXIII.1 October 2011
> Chomskadamus Predicts The Future Speculative Grammarian CLIII.3 January 2008
> The Coming A.I.pocalypse Speculative Grammarian CLXXVI.3 July 2016
> Dear Readers...A Letter from Over(t)ly Sentimental Editor Szerető Ljúbjaščij Speculative Grammarian CLXXIX.3 August 2017
> Describe This! Speculative Grammarian CXLIX.2 April 2004
> Diary of a Madman Speculative Grammarian CXLVII.2 February 1993
> Διπλοῦν Ὁρῶσιν Οἱ Μαθόντες Γράμματα Speculative Grammarian CLXV.4 October 2012
> The Dog Days of Summer: A Letter from the Nordic Editor Speculative Grammarian CLIV.4 August 2008
> Don’t Baby That Baby, BabyA Letter from the Editor-at-BatButch McBastard Speculative Grammarian CLXVIII.2 October 2013
> Don’t Settle for Second-BestA Letter from Associate Editor Mikael Thompson Speculative Grammarian CLXXIV.1 September 2015
> An emerging trend... Speculative Grammarian CLXXIX.3 August 2017
> Encrypted Missives from the CosmosA Letter from Associate Editor Jonathan Downie Speculative Grammarian CLXX.3 July 2014
> Epea Ptereonta Speculative Grammarian CXLVIII.4 March 1998
> Επιστολή προς Γλωσσολόγους Speculative Grammarian CLIX.3 July 2010
> Ἐπιστολὴ πρὸς τὴ Φλεβοτόμο Speculative Grammarian CLXI.2 March 2011
> The Escalator of Life Speculative Grammarian CLV.3 December 2008
> The Essence of Holiday CheerA Letter from the Editor-in-Chief Speculative Grammarian CLXXIV.4 December 2015
> Etymology is for the BridsA Letter from the Executive Editor Speculative Grammarian CLXX.2 June 2014
> The Fishing LinguistA Letter from Executive Editor Keith Slater Speculative Grammarian CLXXIII.3 July 2015
> Folios Replete with Maidens Speculative Grammarian CLXXII.2 February 2015
> For the Computational Linguists Speculative Grammarian CLXXIX.1 May 2017
> From These Ashes... Speculative Grammarian CXLIX.1 January 2004
> Germanic Day & The Celebration of Romance Speculative Grammarian CLXXIV.2 October 2015
> Get Back to Work!A Rebuttal from the Editor-in-Chief Speculative Grammarian CLXXIII.2 June 2015
> Get Your Handbaskets Here Speculative Grammarian CLIII.2 November 2007
> Hájāmpájas Speculative Grammarian CLVI.3 May 2009
> Hello World! Speculative Grammarian CLI.2 April 2006
> How It Is Hanging Speculative Grammarian CLI.1 January 2006
> How To Get PublishedA Letter from the Archgrammacion Speculative Grammarian CL.4 October 2005
> The I in Team Speculative Grammarian CLXVI.4 March 2013
> I See What You Did There Speculative Grammarian CLXIII.2 November 2011
> Ik Qiþa Izwis Speculative Grammarian CXLVIII.1 March 1997
> Impaired Languages: The Next Focus of LinguisticsA Letter from the Executive Editor Speculative Grammarian CLXXII.4 April 2015
> Important Issues in LinguisticsA Letter from the Editor-at-Bat Speculative Grammarian CLXXVIII.4 April 2017
> In Briefs Speculative Grammarian CLVIII.1 January 2010
> In Defense of Sino-RomanThe Editorial Board of SpecGram Speculative Grammarian CLXXVIII.1 January 2017
> In Retrospect... Speculative Grammarian CLXXI.1 September 2014
> In the SG-Matrix, There Is No ChaffWhy Author-Level Metrics Are InadequateA Letter from the Editor-in-Chief Speculative Grammarian CLXXVII.1 September 2016
> An Inflationary Epoch Speculative Grammarian CLX.4 January 2011
> It’s a Doʊɡ-Eat-Doge World Speculative Grammarian CLXIX.4 April 2014
> It’s the Independent Scholar’s Life for Me, Boyo! Speculative Grammarian CLXIV.1 February 2012
> The Joy of DeadlinesA Letter from Executive Editor Keith Slater Speculative Grammarian CLXXV.1 January 2016
> The Joy of Old and Odd Books Speculative Grammarian CLVIII.2 February 2010
> Language, as Spoken by Linguists Speculative Grammarian CLVII.3 November 2009
> Let Us Publish Your Dissertation!A Letter from the Advertorial Editors Speculative Grammarian CLXXV.2 February 2016
> Letters to the Lawyers Speculative Grammarian CLX.2 November 2010
> Lettre à un Ami Philologue Speculative Grammarian CLX.3 December 2010
> lim ∑ 1/n → ∞ Speculative Grammarian CLII.2 March 2007
> The Linguistics Journal That Needs No Introduction Speculative Grammarian CLIV.1 May 2008
> “A Linguist’s Life is Pretty Dull”: A Letter from the Editor-at-Bat Speculative Grammarian CLVI.2 April 2009
> Lucy Lloyd, Lady Llinguist, and Wild-haired Wilhelm Speculative Grammarian CLIV.3 July 2008
> Mad Libitum Speculative Grammarian CLVII.η July 2009
> Magnus ab Integro Sæculorum Nascitur OrdoA Letter from the New Managing Editor Speculative Grammarian CLXVII.1 April 2013
> Man in the Black Box Speculative Grammarian CLVIII.3 March 2010
> Meet the SpecGram Editors Speculative Grammarian CLIX.3 July 2010
> Meet the SpecGram Editors Speculative Grammarian CLIX.4 September 2010
> Meet the SpecGram Editors Speculative Grammarian CLX.2 November 2010
> Meet the SpecGram Editors Speculative Grammarian CLX.3 December 2010
> Meet the SpecGram Editors Speculative Grammarian CLX.4 January 2011
> The Middle Finger, Having Flipped, Moves On ... Speculative Grammarian CLXII.3 August 2011
> The Modern Reformed Englishican Speculative Grammarian CLXXVI.1 May 2016
> ...The Monkey Chased the Weasel Speculative Grammarian CLII.3 May 2007
> My World and Welcome To It Speculative Grammarian CXLVII.1 January 1993
> Not My President Speculative Grammarian CLXXVIII.2 February 2017
> Of Human Charity and GoodwillA Letter from the Executive Editor Speculative Grammarian CLXXI.4 December 2014
> On Fake NewsA Letter from Associate Editor Mikael Thompson Speculative Grammarian CLXXVIII.3 March 2017
> On Linguistic Death Cults Speculative Grammarian CLXII.4 September 2011
> On the Etymology of Editorials Speculative Grammarian CLXXVI.2 June 2016
> On the Speculative GrammarianA Letter from the Editor-in-Chief Speculative Grammarian CLXXIII.1 May 2015
> One Hundred and Fifty Romans, or the French Sky Speculative Grammarian CL.1 January 2005
> Overheard in the Faculty Lounge Speculative Grammarian CLV.4 February 2009
> (P)ain Itself Speculative Grammarian CLVII.4 December 2009
> Past Tense, Present Mood, Future Voice Speculative Grammarian CLIX.4 September 2010
> Phonemes я No Longer Phun Speculative Grammarian CLII.4 July 2007
> Plagiarize This!A Letter from an Unidentifiable Subset of the SpecGram Editorial Board Speculative Grammarian CLXXII.3 March 2015
> Pride, Goethe, Before the Fall Speculative Grammarian CLV.2 November 2008
> Prōpāgandus Speculative Grammarian CLXXVI.4 August 2016
> Questioning AnswersA Letter from the Executive Editor Speculative Grammarian CLXX.1 May 2014
> Remembering Better TimesA Letter from a Former Editor Speculative Grammarian CLXIII.4 January 2012
> Replies, Rejoinders, Retorts, and Ripostes Speculative Grammarian CLXVI.3 February 2013
> Riches of Embarrassment Speculative Grammarian CLXVII.4 August 2013
> The Safety is OffA Letter from Associate Editor Mikael Thompson Speculative Grammarian CLXXIV.3 November 2015
> Selling Out for Fun and Profit Speculative Grammarian CXLIX.4 October 2004
> Sez Me Speculative Grammarian CXLVIII.3 February 1998
> Sharper Than the Serpent’s ToothA Letter from Associate Editor Pete Bleackley Speculative Grammarian CLXXVII.4 December 2016
> Sic Orsus Vates Speculative Grammarian CXLVII.3 March 1993
> Sing to the Mountains, Sing to the Hills Speculative Grammarian CXLVII.4 April 1993
> 与工以口-尺口爪凡以凡   仍巨十十巨尺   与亡尺工尸十   斤口尺   巨以也乙工与廿 Speculative Grammarian CLXXVII.2 October 2016
> So That Explains It! Speculative Grammarian CXLIX.3 July 2004
> Solutions to Recent Puzzles Speculative Grammarian CLVII.1 August 2009
> Some Letters from Some Editors Speculative Grammarian CLI.4 October 2006
> SpecGram and the WorldLetters from International Advisory Council of Speculative Grammarian Speculative Grammarian CLV.1 September 2008
> Special Double Double Issue Speculative Grammarian CL.1 January 2005
> Special Supplemental Letter from the Editor Speculative Grammarian CL.α November 2005
> Special Supplemental Letter from the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLI.β September 2006
> Special Supplemental Letter from the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLII.γ December 2006
> Special Supplemental Letter from the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLIII.δ December 2007
> Special Supplemental Letter from the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLV.ε October 2008
> Special Supplemental Letter from the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLV.ζ January 2009
> Special Supplemental Letter from the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLVII.η½ December 2009
> Special Supplemental Letter from the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLIX.θ August 2010
> Special Supplemental Letter from the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLIX.ι Mid-August 2010
> Special Supplemental Letter from the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLXIV.κ April 2012
> Special Supplemental Letter from the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLXIV.λ Mid-April 2012
> Special Supplemental Letter from the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLXVII.μ July 2013
> Special Supplemental Letter from the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLXX.ν Mid-July 2014
> Special Supplemental Letter from the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLXXV.ξ Mid-March 2016
> Special Supplemental Letter from the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLXXVII.ο Mid-October 2016
> Special Supplemental Letter from the Editor-at-Bat Speculative Grammarian CLXXVIII.π Mid-April 2017
> Speculative Chaosillation! Speculative Grammarian CLIV.2 June 2008
> A Speculative Grammarian by Any Other Name... Speculative Grammarian CLXXI.2 October 2014
> Sturm und Drang und Drang und Sturm Speculative Grammarian CLVII.1 August 2009
> The Tale of Pulju and Slater’s Volunteers Speculative Grammarian CLXVII.2 May 2013
> Tea Encompasses All Speculative Grammarian CLXXIII.2 June 2015
> Ten Years of Linguistic Mischief Speculative Grammarian CLXIX.2 February 2014
> Things You Know You Didn’t Want to Know Speculative Grammarian CLXXVII.3 November 2016
> To the Computational Linguists Speculative Grammarian CLXV.3 September 2012
> To the Fools and Sages of April Speculative Grammarian CLXVII.1 April 2013
> To the Letter Writers Speculative Grammarian CLXVIII.1 September 2013
> To Whom It May Concern Speculative Grammarian CLII.1 January 2007
> Turkish Q and OEM and ΓΧ, Oh My! Speculative Grammarian CLXVIII.3 November 2013
> The Universal Language Forsooth!A Letter from Associate Editor Mikael Thompson Speculative Grammarian CLXXV.4 April 2016
> Unmasking Editorializing in Linguistic Articles Speculative Grammarian CLXV.2 August 2012
> Warning! SpecGram Could Infect Your Mind Speculative Grammarian CLXX.4 August 2014
> We Got One Wet, And Now They Are Multiplying Speculative Grammarian CLI.3 July 2006
> We Shall Reap the Physicists Speculative Grammarian CLXVII.3 June 2013
> What is a Morphome? Speculative Grammarian CLX.1 October 2010
> What is the Sound of One Vocal Cord Flapping? Speculative Grammarian CLXVIII.4 December 2013
> Why Linguistics is Not a Science Speculative Grammarian CLXVI.2 January 2013
> With Apologies to Editor Emeritus Tim Pulju Speculative Grammarian CLXII.1 June 2011
> You Win Some, You Lose SomeA Letter from Associate Editor Mikael Thompson Speculative Grammarian CLXXIX.2 June 2017
> Your tombstone, you wretched nefandula... Speculative Grammarian CLXXIX.3 August 2017
 
Әәӛәₔ, Əəәəᶕᵊ Ӛәəəәɚ
> Not So Perry So-SoOn Pragmatics, Fieldwork, and Imperialism Speculative Grammarian CLXXV.2 February 2016
 
Effing, Venerius
> On the Sexiness of Linguistics Speculative Grammarian CLXXII.1 January 2015
 
Einigkeit, Erlösende
> E’s-y Cryptogram Speculative Grammarian CLVII.η July 2009
 
ElHaye, LaTim
> The Linguistic Rapture Speculative Grammarian CLXI.1 February 2011
 
Ellen, Woody
> From the Department of Cheap Research Speculative Grammarian CLII.3 May 2007
> From the Department of Cheap Research: Easy Money Speculative Grammarian CLIV.1 May 2008
> From the Department of Cheap Research: How to Have a Flashing-Zapping Machine Speculative Grammarian CLIV.3 July 2008
> From the Department of Cheap Research: Melnick’s Thesis Speculative Grammarian CLV.3 December 2008
 
Elsässer, Sophie
> Kill All Phoneticians Speculative Grammarian CLXIX.3 March 2014
> Performance of “Kill All Phoneticians” SpecGram Podcast February 2014
 
Enchiridion, Sophrosyne
> When I Heard the Learn’d Computational Linguist Collateral Descendant of Lingua Pranca October 2009
> When I Heard the Learn’d Documentary Linguist Collateral Descendant of Lingua Pranca October 2009
 
The Endangered Languages Armamentation Programme
> Call For Proposals Speculative Grammarian CLI.1 January 2006
 
Engermanen, Al P.
> Word Search Speculative Grammarian CLVII.η July 2009
 
Entgegenlächeln, Gunnr Guðr
> How Linguistics Got Her Groove Back Speculative Grammarian CLXIII.4 January 2012
 
Epiphanios o Phainomenos
> On Neoplatonism and Fodor Speculative Grammarian CLIX.3 July 2010
 
Epiphanios o Phantasiopliktos
> The Phonetician’s Love Poem Speculative Grammarian CLXI.1 February 2011
 
Epiphanios o Philomousos
> Morphomatological Meanderings Speculative Grammarian CLX.1 October 2010
 
Ernst, Tom
> The Anguish Lenglage II Lingua Pranca June 1978
> As the Word Turns Son of Lingua Pranca November 1979
> Dedication Lingua Pranca June 1978
> Disclaimer Son of Lingua Pranca November 1979
> Introduction Lingua Pranca June 1978
> Introduction Son of Lingua Pranca November 1979
> My Fair Linguist, or Male-Pygion Son of Lingua Pranca November 1979
> Original Call for Papers Lingua Pranca June 1978
> Spore Theory: A Contribution to the Study of the Biological Foundations of Natural Language Son of Lingua Pranca November 1979
> Word-TV Lingua Pranca June 1978
 
Executivized Linguistickish Solutionizers, Inc.
> You Xould be Using ColEctivO X!®™The Birthifying of an Executive Modal Verb Speculative Grammarian CLXXIV.2 October 2015
 

F Authors ^


Falls-Brainerd, Fergus
> Knights of the Linguistic Roundtable Speculative Grammarian CLVII.η July 2009
 
Falls, Lev L.
> Conference ReportThe Third International Conference on Tone Speculative Grammarian CLXXVIII.4 April 2017
 
Fang Gui-Ling
> Close and Extended Relative ClausesA Critical Account Speculative Grammarian CLXIV.4 June 2012
> GHOST Grammar Speculative Grammarian CLXXV.3 March 2016
 
Fasnacht, Arnold P.
> A New Basic Word Order: VOV Son of Lingua Pranca November 1979
 
Featherstone-Glatton, Allister Barnard Cavendish Donglewood Edmund, IV
> A Yonge Philologiste’s First Drynkynge Poime Speculative Grammarian CL.1 January 2005
 
Fester-Münsterfenster, Hester
> The Brits are a curious race... Speculative Grammarian CLXXVIII.2 February 2017
> A crank there once was of a flavor... Speculative Grammarian CLXXVI.1 May 2016
> I punctuate prose and verse randomly Speculative Grammarian CLXXVIII.1 January 2017
> A limerick’s not hard to write... Speculative Grammarian CLXXIX.2 June 2017
> A linguist who pondered a bit... Speculative Grammarian CLXXVII.4 December 2016
> A linguistic crank prone to carrying... Speculative Grammarian CLXXIX.3 August 2017
> A Neogrammarian wit... Speculative Grammarian CLXX.2 June 2014
> Old Tolkien has quite a high standing... Speculative Grammarian CLXXV.3 March 2016
> Once when planning some fieldwork in Fiji... Speculative Grammarian CLXXVIII.3 March 2017
> There once was a bored phonetician... Speculative Grammarian CLXX.1 May 2014
> While measuring birdsong performance... Speculative Grammarian CLXX.3 July 2014
 
Festino-Scroccone, Vincenzo
> The great kings of yore Vercingetorix... Speculative Grammarian CLXXVI.3 July 2016
 
Fête, Bas
> 27 Things Linguists Didn’t Know About TeaNumber 12 Made Me Cringe! Speculative Grammarian CLXXIII.2 June 2015
 
Files, Douglas S.
> Crossword for Linguists World of Language I.2 February 1991
> Crossword For Linguists Solution Better Words and Morphemes I.3 May 1991
> The Effect of Lax Rearing Practices on Speech Patterns: A Descriptive Sociolinguistic Study Psammeticus Quarterly XVI.3 May 1989
> Perpetuation of Traditional Gender Roles by European Languages Babel I.1 March 1990
> Pitfalls in Second Language Pedagogy: Case Studies in Applied Linguistics Psammeticus Quarterly XVI.2 February 1989
> Refutation of the OED’s List of Spurious Words Babel I.3 September 1990
 
Filipepi, Alessandro
> Pictures of Lily Psammeticus Quarterly XVI.1 November 1988
 
Fillmore, R.M.W.
> Where Have All the Evidentials Gone?The case that they are now in case Speculative Grammarian CLXII.4 September 2011
 
Fink, Alex
> Amazing Grice Speculative Grammarian CLXVI.3 February 2013
 
Fish, Leslie
> Performance of ”The Tribesman” SpecGram Podcast February 2010
 
Fleck, Dave
> Obituary: Lucas Carl Hayfield Speculative Grammarian CXLVIII.3 February 1998
 
Fonologist, C. V.
> 20 Steps to Decide Whether You Should Take That Course Speculative Grammarian CLIV.4 August 2008
 
Foot, Benighted
> Word Ladder 一 Speculative Grammarian CLXX.1 May 2014
> Word Ladder 二 Speculative Grammarian CLXXI.2 October 2014
 
Form, D. Innere
> Everything That Linguists Have Always Wanted to Know About Logic Speculative Grammarian CLVII.η July 2009
 
Forz, Hans
> On the Terrible De-Grammaticalization in Hujulukinat Speculative Grammarian CL.4 October 2005
> An optimality-theoretic account of split-ergativity in Southern Quiznos Speculative Grammarian CLII.1 January 2007
 
Franco, Kristin
> Performance of “The Linguistics Wars” SpecGram Podcast November 2010
 
Fredrickson, John
> Internship at Phonetics Lab XThe Case of the Uvular Nasal Speculative Grammarian CLXII.3 August 2011
 
Freeson, Dyman
> The Linguistic Big Bounce Speculative Grammarian CLX.2 November 2010
 
Friday Night Linguistics
> Feature Girl Episode 1 SpecGram Podcast February 2012
 
Fullah, Chit
> How Computers Can Do Fieldwork For You: A Case Study Speculative Grammarian CLVIII.4 April 2010
 
Füller, April
> Introducing Sadian Speculative Grammarian CLXXIV.1 September 2015
 
Fuller, Skip Rufus
> On the Proper Form of Authorial Adjectives Speculative Grammarian CLXXIX.2 June 2017
 
Fungellio, Jerrold N.
> Tenth Anniversary Testimonials Speculative Grammarian CLXIX.2 February 2014
 
Fyodor, Jerry
> The C-Rhyme and Pun-ish-ment of St. Alvin Speculative Grammarian CLXXIII.3 July 2015
 

G Authors ^


Garcia, Ælfgar λ.
> Divine Unification Grammar Linguist of Fortune I.1 November 1990
 
Gauld-Fishe, Imma
> On the Interpreting Ability of Non-Human Members of Kingdom Animalia Speculative Grammarian CLXXIX.3 August 2017
 
Gauthiot, Rasmus
> “Noam Chomsky: Man or Myth?”Advertisement by The Greater Lansing Linguistics Association Speculative Grammarian CLXXI.1 September 2014
 
Gawne, Lauren
> Tenth Anniversary Testimonials Speculative Grammarian CLXIX.2 February 2014
 
Gedeborg, Erik
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLIII.2 November 2007
 
Geller, T. B.
> Performance of “Términos Lingüísticos Autorreferentes” SpecGram Podcast May 2013
> Términos Lingüísticos Autorreferentes Speculative Grammarian CLXVII.2 May 2013
 
Geraint, Sean
> Language Evolution and the Acacia Tree Speculative Grammarian CLXII.4 September 2011
 
Gerakoff, Oleg
> Towards Gender Equality in Computational Linguistics Speculative Grammarian CLXX.2 June 2014
 
Gerakova, Olga
> Away from Animacy Equality in Computational Linguistics Speculative Grammarian CLXXIII.1 May 2015
 
Gezellig, Saudade
> Ph.D. Qualifying Examination for Linguistics Collateral Descendant of Lingua Pranca October 2009
 
Gibblefist, Nizgul
> The Meadian MedianQuestioning the Average Preponderance of Fake Data Speculative Grammarian CLXI.2 March 2011
 
Гийлгүүлэгч, Хөөмийн
> Reviews in Linguistic Historiography: Mary Shelley, Frankenstein Speculative Grammarian CLXXVI.4 August 2016
 
Gilchrist, Chesterton Wilburfors, Jr.
> Je suis /hoze/ Speculative Grammarian CLVII.1 August 2009
> Reanalysis of Spanish by Naïve Linguists Speculative Grammarian CLV.1 September 2008
> Tenth Anniversary Testimonials Speculative Grammarian CLXIX.2 February 2014
 
Gladstone-Chamberlain, Edmund C.
> Shigudo, Reluctantly Speculative Grammarian CLII.γ December 2006
> Tenth Anniversary Testimonials Speculative Grammarian CLXIX.2 February 2014
 
Goff, Ed
> On The Indexico-Relational Inductivity Hypothesis Better Words and Morphemes I.3 May 1991
 
Gol, Margo
> Semi-Automatic Prophecy Extraction in Sacred BibliomancyA Breakthrough in SLP (Supernatural Language Processing) Speculative Grammarian CLXI.3 April 2011
 
Goldparsky, Morris
> Refining Autosegmental Phonology Better Words and Morphemes I.3 May 1991
 
Goodword, Dr.
> Do You Suffer the Embarrassment of Loose Vowel Syndrome? Speculative Grammarian CLXXII.1 January 2015
 
Gorky, Stanislaus
> Generative Speech Recognition: A competence model of ASR Speculative Grammarian CLI.2 April 2006
 
Gorman, Anita G.
> The Language Police Speculative Grammarian CLXXIX.2 June 2017
> They Have a Word for That Speculative Grammarian CLXXIX.3 August 2017
 
Gottlieb, Michael
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLIII.2 November 2007
 
Graham, Adam
> On the Suicidal Licentiousness of Nouns and the Totalitarian Designs of Pro-Forms Speculative Grammarian CLXVI.1 November 2012
> Synthetic Post-ComprehensionsimA Theory on the Origin of Linguistic Gravity Speculative Grammarian CLXVI.3 February 2013
 
Graham, Audie O.
> We Didn’t Start the Satire SpecGram Podcast May 2014
 
Graham, Brandy
> The Texas World Cultural Festival and Poetry Recitation Competition SpecGram Podcast November 2014
 
Graham, Hannah
> We Didn’t Start the Satire SpecGram Podcast May 2014
 
Gram, Anna
> Dependency Length Minimisation Speculative Grammarian CLXXIV.1 September 2015
 
G.R.A.M.M.A.R.
> A Taxonomy of Argument Schemata in Metatheoretical Discussion of Syntax or Name That Tune Son of Lingua Pranca November 1979
 
Grammatical, Damian
> The Texas World Cultural Festival and Poetry Recitation Competition Speculative Grammarian CLXXVII.ο Mid-October 2016
 
The Γραμματο-Χαοτικον
> The Γραμματο-Χαοτικον Manifesto Speculative Grammarian CL.4 October 2005
> A Nindefinite Determinism Speculative Grammarian CLXXVII.2 October 2016
> Using NLP to Defeat NLP Speculative Grammarian CLXV.4 October 2012
 
Grau, Lila Rosa
> Rasmus Rask Mini Puzzle VI Speculative Grammarian CLXXIX.3 August 2017
> Rasmus Rask Puzzle I Speculative Grammarian CLVII.η July 2009
> Rasmus Rask Puzzle IIRasmus vs Ethnologue! Speculative Grammarian CLVII.2 September 2009
> Rasmus Rask Puzzle III Speculative Grammarian CLXIII.4 January 2012
> Rasmus Rask Puzzle IVA New Hope Speculative Grammarian CLXV.2 August 2012
> Rasmus Rask Puzzle VDiamonds Are Forever Speculative Grammarian CLXXVIII.4 April 2017
> A SpecGram Crossword for Devoted SpecGram Readers and other Linguists and Researchers Speculative Grammarian CLV.4 February 2009
 
Greater Lansing Linguistics Association
> Panel Discussion Announcement Psammeticus Quarterly XVI.1 November 1988
 
Greenan, Kray Z.
> Minimal Forests: The Threat of Linguistic Devastation as a Result of Deforestation Speculative Grammarian CXLVII.4 April 1993
 
Greenberg, Merritt
> The Language of Prehistory Speculative Grammarian CLI.4 October 2006
 
Greenspanner, Alan (Sum)
> Grammatical Speculation: The Black Market in Ill-Gotten Morphemes Speculative Grammarian CXLVIII.1 March 1997
 
Grössten, A. M.
> SpecGram, the Religion Speculative Grammarian CLXI.2 March 2011
 
Guisticks, Lynne
> Nominative Determinism Speculative Grammarian CLXXV.4 April 2016
 

H Authors ^


Hackett, Elizabeth
> Performance of “The Man Who Left His Deictic Center in San Francisco” SpecGram Podcast January 2016
 
Hadlitt-Lamb, Mary
> The Native American Origins of Jack and Jill Speculative Grammarian CLXXIV.3 November 2015
> On the Mytholinguistic Significance of Butterflies Speculative Grammarian CLXXI.4 December 2014
 
Haecceity, Fortina
> Akróstichon Speculative Grammarian CLVII.η July 2009
 
Halfermain, Allen
> Why Princes are not Scribes, and the Rat Eats Grain Speculative Grammarian CLXIV.λ Mid-April 2012
 
Hall, Georgina
> The Texas World Cultural Festival and Poetry Recitation Competition SpecGram Podcast November 2014
 
Hammad, Arwa
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLIV.1 May 2008
 
Hammond, Anita
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLX.4 January 2011
 
Hand, Learned
> Word Ladder 一 Speculative Grammarian CLXX.1 May 2014
> Word Ladder 二 Speculative Grammarian CLXXI.2 October 2014
 
Harfondle, Ott
> A New Study of Linguistic Synesthesia Speculative Grammarian CLXIX.1 January 2014
 
Hartman, Lee
> German in Indo-European Son of Lingua Pranca November 1979
> Out of the Mouths of Linguists Collateral Descendant of Lingua Pranca October 2009
 
Haumichblau, Jäger
> G.U.I.L.T.y PleasuresA Complete and Comprehensive Theory of Language, Linguistics, and Everything Speculative Grammarian CLXV.3 September 2012
 
Heineken, Vino
> Rethinking Social Sciences Under the Influence of N-Bar Theory Speculative Grammarian CLXV.4 October 2012
 
Henderson, Michael M.T.
> Asterisk-Insertion Lingua Pranca June 1978
> The Linguist’s Self-Definer for Humanistic Greek and Latin Lingoand other terms Lingua Pranca June 1978
> Two Varieties of Stromboli Collateral Descendant of Lingua Pranca October 2009
> When Bad Informants Happen to Good Linguists Collateral Descendant of Lingua Pranca October 2009
 
Hendrix, J.
> /təmeɪtoʊ/–/təmeɪtoʊ/Mondegreen Involution as Psychological Warfare Speculative Grammarian CLXXVIII.3 March 2017
 
Hernandez y Fernandez, José Felipe
> Re-Rating the World’s Languages Speculative Grammarian CLI.2 April 2006
 
Herrick, Earl
> To the Field Workers, to Make Much of Time Psammeticus Quarterly XVI.4 August 1989
 
Herrington, Sam
> The Braille Song Speculative Grammarian CLVIII.1 January 2010
> Performance of “The Braille Song” SpecGram Podcast April 2010
 
Herself, Bee
> More Phonomy Speculative Grammarian CLX.1 October 2010
 
Hilpert, Martin
> A Corpus-Linguistic Approach to Demography Speculative Grammarian CL.1 January 2005
> The First Annual SpecGram Phonological Spelling Bee Speculative Grammarian CLII.4 July 2007
> New speech disorder linguists contracted discovered! Speculative Grammarian CLI.2 April 2006
> On the Terrible De-Grammaticalization in Hujulukinat Speculative Grammarian CL.4 October 2005
> An optimality-theoretic account of split-ergativity in Southern Quiznos Speculative Grammarian CLII.1 January 2007
 
Hipburn, Ithyl
> Tin Reasons to Sillybrate Speculative Grammarian CLXIX.2 February 2014
 
Hipple, Ted
> The Traditional Grammarian as Poet Speculative Grammarian CLXVIII.1 September 2013
 
Hoban, Russell
> Compound Nouns for Frances Speculative Grammarian CLXVII.4 August 2013
 
Hodge, Carleton T.
> Stepfather Goose or Just Take a Gander Lingua Pranca June 1978
 
Hoey, Elliott
> Performance of “Spaghetti or Lasagna for Linguists” SpecGram Podcast April 2012
 
Hofmann, Th. R.
> Lesser-Known Quotes on Meaning Son of Lingua Pranca November 1979
 
Hogg, Ura
> How Many is Umpteen? Speculative Grammarian CXLVIII.2 January 1998
 
Holiday Linguists
> Because You Can’t Do Everything You Want for Your Favorite Linguist Speculative Grammarian December 2014
> Hey Linguists! Speculative Grammarian December 2015
 
Hood, Shawn
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLVI.1 March 2009
 
Hopp, E. Monn
> Minimal Forests: The Threat of Linguistic Devastation as a Result of Deforestation Speculative Grammarian CXLVII.4 April 1993
 
Hopper, Madingle
> Spelling Reform: As seen through the eyes of a child Speculative Grammarian CLXIII.2 November 2011
 
Hoptman, Ari
> Verner’s Law, Parts 1-3 SpecGram Podcast September 2013
> Verner’s Law, Parts 1-3 SpecGram Podcast September 2013
 
Horn, Anders
> Against Hermogenes Speculative Grammarian CLXXVI.3 July 2016
 
Hornstein, Norbert
> Current Issues in Gastronomy Lingua Pranca June 1978
 
Howlingstonshire, Herbert Theodore, XII
> Remembering Better TimesA Letter from a Former Editor Speculative Grammarian CLXIII.4 January 2012
 
Hu, U No
> Stepfather Goose or Just Take a Gander Lingua Pranca June 1978
 
Hughes, Brianne
> Performance of “Dates in the Month of May that Are of Interest to Linguists” SpecGram Podcast October 2013
> Performance of “Fifty Grades of A SpecGram Podcast August 2013
> Performance of “O Socio, Socio! Wherefore art thou Socio?” SpecGram Podcast September 2013
> Performance of “Optimality Theory Was a Hoax—Prince and Smolensky finally come clean” SpecGram Podcast August 2013
> Performance of “Philologer’s Kvetchwhinge 32” SpecGram Podcast September 2013
 
Huntaight, Gus
> The Atishu Tribe Speculative Grammarian CLXVI.1 November 2012
 
Hūū, Yune O., II
> Nursery Rhymes From Linguistics Land Collateral Descendant of Lingua Pranca October 2009
 

I Authors ^


Id, Skippy
> As to Phronology Speculative Grammarian CXLVII.1 January 1993
 
Ideo, Heidi
> On the Scientific Beautification of Personal Names: A Study in Experimental Phonosthetic Onomastics Speculative Grammarian CLXXVIII.1 January 2017
 
Idua, Margo
> Semi-Automatic Prophecy Extraction in Sacred BibliomancyA Breakthrough in SLP (Supernatural Language Processing) Speculative Grammarian CLXI.3 April 2011
 
Ih-Tees, Hume N.
> Cabalistic Element NamingA Semi-Practical Use for Linguistics Speculative Grammarian CLXIV.2 March 2012
 
Ilissey, Hemeralda
> The Legend of Trey Speculative Grammarian CLXIII.3 December 2011
 
Ilktost, Mordred
> Philologer’s Kvetchwhinge 33 Speculative Grammarian CLXIX.2 February 2014
 
Illič-Svityč, V.M.
> ḲelHā weṭei ʕaḲun kāhla Psammeticus Quarterly XVI.4 August 1989
 
Ingqvist, S. N. L.
> Safety precautions for data mining expeditions Speculative Grammarian CLIII.2 November 2007
 
Ingram, Coby
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLXI.4 May 2011
 
Ingram, David
> Minimalism: The Movie Collateral Descendant of Lingua Pranca October 2009
> Natural Phonological Processes in Adult and Child Speech Lingua Pranca June 1978
 
Innocuous Mustard
> The Braille Song Speculative Grammarian CLVIII.1 January 2010
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. IV SpecGram Podcast May 2011
> Performance of “The Braille Song” SpecGram Podcast April 2010
 
International Dolphin Linguistics Society
> Call for PapersInternational Dolphin Linguistics Society 12th Annual Plenary Congress on Cetacean Linguistics Psammeticus Quarterly XVI.1 November 1988
 
International Entomological Linguistics Society
> Call for Papers Speculative Grammarian CXLVIII.3 February 1998
 
Ipsum, Lauren
> Binding? C-command? Speculative Grammarian CLXXV.4 April 2016
> O LaTeX! Speculative Grammarian CLXXVIII.3 March 2017
> Seek you abstractions... Speculative Grammarian CLXXVI.1 May 2016
 
Irchow, Franny
> Rotokan Revelations Speculative Grammarian CLXIV.1 February 2012
 
Iresaf, Iamwill
> Linguists Need Prescriptivists (and probably Pig Latin, too) Speculative Grammarian CLVI.1 March 2009
 
Isaacs, Ph.
> Cabalistic Element NamingA Semi-Practical Use for Linguistics Speculative Grammarian CLXIV.2 March 2012
 
Ismeretlen, Flembleyt
> The Geological/Climatological Significance of Finno-Ugric Roots in Colloquial Dolphin Psammeticus Quarterly XVI.3 May 1989
 
iVox, Graham
> Performance of “Nursery Rhymes From Linguistics Land” SpecGram Podcast February 2011
 
iVox, Heather
> Performance of “Nursery Rhymes From Linguistics Land” SpecGram Podcast February 2011
 
iVox, Klaus
> Performance of “Nursery Rhymes From Linguistics Land” SpecGram Podcast February 2011
 
iVox, Lucy
> Performance of “Nursery Rhymes From Linguistics Land” SpecGram Podcast February 2011
 
iVox, Peter
> Performance of “An Introduction to Linguistics in Haiku Form” SpecGram Podcast January 2011
> Performance of “Nursery Rhymes From Linguistics Land” SpecGram Podcast February 2011
> Performance of “Regular Isomorphisms of Categorization in the Apathetic Informant” SpecGram Podcast February 2011
> Performance of “Survey of Linguistic Evidence of Meta-Consciousness in Tier-19 Terran Primates” SpecGram Podcast April 2011
> Performance of “Twenty Special Forms of Rhetoric” SpecGram Podcast January 2011
 
iVox, Rachel
> Performance of “Nursery Rhymes From Linguistics Land” SpecGram Podcast February 2011
> Performance of “The Oxford Comma: A Solution” SpecGram Podcast January 2011
> Performance of “Survey of Linguistic Evidence of Meta-Consciousness in Tier-19 Terran Primates” SpecGram Podcast April 2011
 
iVox, Ryan
> Performance of “Nursery Rhymes From Linguistics Land” SpecGram Podcast February 2011
 
Izthunüblakk, X.
> One Hundred Words for Snowclone Speculative Grammarian CLXX.2 June 2014
 
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