Monday, 17 September 2018

Kæshroþrast summons a king (Khangaþyagon)

Happy St Hildegard's day! This is an original story, written in Khangaþyagon, that describes the wizard Kæshroþrast casting a spell to summon a king to himself. This story should give you a good sense of how magic works on Huna. Text and translation available at

Monday, 30 July 2018

The Student, the "Raven" and the Ice Ship

This is from Conlang Relay 13, Translating this text gave me a feel for the folklore and legends of the Leyen, so it's quite an important text in the development of iljena.

Sunday, 27 May 2018

Tales From Other Worlds- The Tower of Babel (Khangaþyagon)

The Babel Text is a de facto standard comparison text for conlangers, and I translated it into Khangaþyagon a few years ago. It proved quite tricky to read - the word "gatafakufsher" (we shall not be scattered) was a particular stumbling block - but after a few practices I decided to just go ahead and record it anyway. To read it (either in the romanisation or in Bukstav runes), go toþyagon_Babel_Text