This month’s issue of Speculative Grammarian is full of the usual high quality content
In particular, our Letters Editor mentions our (alleged) colleague Al, rebuts an alleged nuclear linguist, and discusses Language Made Difficult, our witty and erudite wireless telesymposium
Of course there’s the ongoing series of Things You Didn’t Know You Didn’t Know (a fan favorite), a new installment in our series on what the kids these days are referring to as linguocosmology, a strong challenge to the initial interpretation of the allegedly variable lexicon of 955, a mathematical reinterpretation of the Universal Language paradigm, and a surprising, revelatory addition to the canon of the anthropological linguistic study of eidetic pronouns, some two decades in the making.
Think of these new works not so much as retreads, but as reïmaginings (what the kids these days refer to as remixes) of the (alleged) original works, perhaps updated in a more leisurely and thoughtful manner than that of the original pell-
As with the Rosetta Stone, we may be unable to unscramble the authentic import or aim of these allegedly ameliorative (and abnormally alliterative) authors, alas