A few years ago, I found myself thinking, "Children don't know any linguistic theory when they learn to speak." Then I imagined the sort of person who thought they jolly well should do. I sent this in to Speculative Grammarian, and I've been writing for them ever since. Indeed, I've now written so much that as of the November issue, I've reached the dizzying heights of Contributing Editor.
However, it's not just about me contributing — we're always on the lookout for fresh blood, as Count Dracula said. So, if you've ever fancied writing something funny about linguistics, send it to us. Unlike Dracula, we don't bite.
<;p lang="en" dir="ltr">Hey Linguists! Got a paper to write — or many papers to grade — this weekend? Looking for a way to procrastinate? Work on something for SpecGram! Articles, reviews, letters, poetry, cartoons, ads—we want it all! https://t.co/ihxFbSMlXf (You can also help by sharing this call!)— Editors of SpecGram (@SpecGram) October 4, 2019