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The third issue of the Language Creation Tribune (our newsletter) is now live! In this issue, you will find:

  • Opening remarks in the column A Word from our President, written by Christophe Grandsire-Koevoets, which focuses on the LCC6
  • A look at Kardii, a language created by Jayelinda Suridge, in the column Conlang Curiosities, written by John Quijada
  • A collection of LCS member milestones
  • An overview of recent news and recently discovered websites in the conlanging world, including a call for volunteers for our social media presence
  • Conlanging news, and a reminder of the LCS membership benefits

About Conlanging and Conlang.org

Conlanging is the creation of constructed languages or conlangs, such as Esperanto, Lojban, or Klingon. A conlanger is someone who creates or constructs languages or conlangs.

Conlang.org is a site for conlangers, would-be conlangers, those interested in or curious about conlangs, and anything else to do with conlanging.

  • A Conlanger’s Calendar

    Jan 1
    John Wilkins born, 1614.
    Jan 3
    J.R.R. Tolkien, creator of Middle Earth and its languages, born, 1892
    Jan 4
    Jakob Grimm (of Grimm's Law and folktale fame) born, 1785.
    Jan 5
    A monument to Ivar Aasen, creator of Nynorsk, is unveiled in Oslo, 1996.
    Jan 7
    Eliezer Ben-Yehuda, born Eliezer Yitzhak Perelman, ("reviver" of Hebrew) in Luzhky, Lithuania, 1858.
    Jan 13
    Paul Passy, French linguist, founder of the International Phonetic Association, born, 1859.
    Jan 16
    The inception of the CONLANG/AUXLANG split, 1996
    Jan 18
    James Evans, missionary who created syllabaries for various Algonquin languages, born, 1801.
    Jan 18
    The word "conlang" is added to www.etymonline.com, 2014
    Jan 19
    Dr. Victoria Fromkin, creator of Pakuni, dies, 2000.

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