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 by the Language Creation Society (LCS) for conlangers, would-be conlangers, those interested in or curious about conlangs, and anything else to do with conlanging.

The primary purpose of the LCS is the promotion and furthering of the art, craft and science of language creation (conlanging) through conferences, books, journals, outreach activities, or other means. We welcome you to our diverse and inclusive global community!

Start Here

If you’re new to conlanging and you want some of the best resources on how to start creating your own language, take a look at The Conlanger’s Library (right-click to open in a new tab) first, and then check out our Resources and Communities pages when you get a chance.


The LCS is currently soliciting proposals for the 8th Language Creation Conference.

The 7th Language Creation Conference (LCC7) took place on July 22-23 2017 in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. See the LCC7 page for more information and a description of the presentations.

The archived stream of LCC7 is available on the LCS YouTube Channel.

The LCS is supporting the film Conlanging, including 1:1 matching grants for LCS members’ contributions.

The LCS has filed an amicus brief in Paramount v. Axanar, opposing Paramount’s claim to copyright in the Klingon language.

The latest Language Creation Tribune is up.