27th International Conference on the Phonology of Acronyms—Code of Conduct SpecGram Vol CLXXVII, No 2 Contents Cryptolinguistic Puzzle 四—Mary Shapiro


Xerus & Ratufa and Zombies

Just as a rising tide raises all boats, so a rising surf of fashion raises all topics and a raft of books. Recent years have seen outbreaks of zombie plagues throughout the literary world as brain-dead writers shuffle around feeding on the brains of better authors: Pride and Prejudice and Zombies; How to Win Friends and Influence People to Stop Zombies; Zombies Who Hate Women and the Women Who Feed Them Brains; All Zombies Great and Small; The Unbearable Lightness of Being a Zombie; Of Mice and Zombies; The Old Zombie and the Sea; Live and Let Zombies Die; A Zombie’s History of the United States; Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf Besides Zombies?; and Uncle Zom’s Cabin.1 X&R are thus pleased to offer updated versions of linguistic classics to meet the demand for such works at all cultural, social, and intellectual levels.

1 All but the first are published by Xerus & Ratufa and are available at finer booksellers everywhere.

27th International Conference on the Phonology of AcronymsCode of Conduct
Cryptolinguistic Puzzle 四Mary Shapiro
SpecGram Vol CLXXVII, No 2 Contents