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Re: Language in fiction/ fictional languages

From:Wesley Parish <wes.parish@...>
Date:Thursday, February 27, 2003, 9:31
On Thursday 27 February 2003 05:20 am, you wrote:
> Conlangers all, > > Happy to announce that the novel, The Maze Game, from which the Glide > language project emerged is now actually out there on in > tangible, bed-and-bathtub-compliant print version.
> > The language is integral to the plot, and is in some sense a character in > the book, as well as having shared some authorship (use of the Glide oracle > directed points in the plot).
Sounds good. I'll have to keep my eye out for it.
> > I put up a new intro page on the Glide website with the book information, > and a quick summary of the relationship to the language. I was able to > include many illustrations of Glide glyphs in the book, a perk of > publishing with a small, independent publisher, Deep Listening.
Details please? I've sent my novel with its conlangs off to a small publisher, but just in case ... Wesley Parish
> > > > It's been a long time coming... > > End of shameless self-promotion.... > > But truly, being a quiet member of this list, on and off for 4 plus years, > has provided a sense of community in this delicious obsession of making > language that simply could not have been found anywhere else, and I thank > you all. > > > > All the best, > > Diana Slattery
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