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A Lack of Alien Verbs: Coinage in Science Fiction

in: Melby, Alan, ed. 23rd LACUS Forum. S. l.: Linguistic Society of Canada, 1997. Pp.441-452.

A Pronunciation Guide to the Vorkosigan Saga,

in: Carl, Lillian S. and Helfers, John, eds. The Vorkosigan Companion. New York: Baen, 2008. p. 169-198.

Afterword: Encoding a Woman's Language

in: Elgin, Suzette Haden. Native Tongue, 2000. p. 305-327.

Alien Tongues

in: Battaglia, Debbora, Ed. E.T. Culture: Anthropology in Outerspaces. Durham, N.C.; Duke University Press, 2005. p. 94-129.

Alternate Linquistic Frameworks: Communications with Extraterrestrial Beings

in: Smith, Nicholas D., ed. Philosophers Look at Science Fiction. Chicago: Nelson-Hall, 1982. pp. 67-74.

An Analysis of Dwarvish,

in: Beregond, Anders S., ed. Arda Philology 1: Proceedings of the First International Conference on J. R. R. Tolkien's Invented Languages. Anwerp: Arda Society, 2007. p. 42-65.

Auspragung und Funktion einer kunstlichen Sprache: Das Klingonische

in: Rogotzki, Nina, ed. Faszinierend! Star Trek und die Wissenschaften. Kiel: Ludwig, 2003. Band 2, p. 64-84.

Comparative Etymological Dictionary and Thesaurus of Tolkien's Languages: English/Elvish, Elvish/English. Edition 10.75.

Cleveland, OH: The Author, 2013. One compact disk, ca. 1600 pages. [Available from the author. Email to: elvishetym@gmail.com]

Corpus Linguistics 101

SFRA Review No. 311: 18-30. Winter 2015.

Course in Federation Linguistics,

in: Kapell, Mathew W., ed. Star Trek as Myth: Essays on Symbol and Archetype at the Final Frontier. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2010. p. 129-143.

Created Languages in Science Fiction,

Science Fiction Studies 35(3): 386-403. November 2008.

Creation from philology in The Lord of the Rings

in: Salu, M. & R. T. Farrell, eds. J. R. R. Tolkien: Scholar and Storyteller. Essays in Memoriam. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 1979. pp. 286-316.

English, Welsh, and Elvish: Language, Loss, and Cultural Recovery in J. R. R. Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings

in: Chance, Jane/Siewers, Alfred K., Ed. Tolkien’s Modern Middle Ages. New York: Macmillan, 2005. p. 105-120.

Esperanto and Science Fiction,

Online resource: http://donh.best.vwh.net/Esperanto/EBook/app02.html [7 p.]

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