Re: call for articles : Journal of Planned Languages
|From:||Fredrik Ekman <ekman@...>|
|Date:||Tuesday, January 29, 2008, 13:02|
Sounds interesting. I would like a copy of information about submitting.
Two questions: Is it permitted to also write about languages constructed
Do I get a free copy if my submitted article is accepted?
On Sun, January 27, 2008 4:50 am, Rick Harrison said:
> Journal of Planned Languages* is a sporadic publication
> about all types of intentional languages -- artlangs,
> auxlangs, engineered langs. This is strictly a
> hardcopy publication (not free, people will have to pay
> the cost of printing and postage to obtain it).
> wanted: Original articles that have not appeared
> elsewhere, such as-- Book reviews; a reasonably concise
> description of one of your favorite conlangs (giving
> phonology, orthography, highlights of grammar and
> syntax, specimen texts, etc); philosophical musings
> about what went well and what could have been better in
> projects you've been involved with; essays about the
> joys of conlanging and the hobby's impact on your life;
> that sort of thing.
> style guide: This is not an academic publication.
> The use of numerous footnotes, lengthy bibliographies,
> and multiple quotes from obscure academic journals
> are discouraged. Writers are urged to use the words
> "I" and "me" when appropriate.
> *It is likely that I will change the name of this
> publication before the next edition appears.
> Send me a private e-mail if you want more info about
> submitting an article.
> rick at harrison dot net