Re: Conlang book: any interest?
|From:||Tom Tadfor Little <tom@...>|
|Date:||Wednesday, May 16, 2001, 17:49|
Hi! Here's my info for the book. Thanks for the opportunity to participate--
>1. Name of conlang
>2. Name of conlanger
Tom Tadfor Little
>3. Sample sentence with interlinearization/translation (optional)
Taphanale tâeth a cesenel Chendirath.
honor[2nd.future] gods you stars[coll.] Chendir[ref.].
The gods will honor the stars of Chendir.
>4. Web page URLs, e-mail addresses, book titles, or other sources of further
>5. A short (no more than about 5 sentences) description/explanation of the
>language (e.g. reasons for its creation, associated concultures, etc.)
The Thekashi cultures were created to explore religious, philosophical, and
social ideas. The Thekashi are an amalgamation of several originally
distinct peoples, the most ancient being the Iltâr. Iltârer is their
language; it is metaphorical, inventive, and sophisticated in its treatment
of concepts of consciousness, spirit, and transcendental identity.
Tom Tadfor Little firstname.lastname@example.org
Santa Fe, New Mexico (USA)
Telperion Productions www.telp.com