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Conlangery Podcast
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The podcast about constructed languages and the people who create them.
The podcast about constructed languages and the people who create them.

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Conlangery on hiatus! I apologize for being quiet for so long. Many of you will notice that we have not put out a new episode for a couple months. I (George) am currently working furiously on finishing my dissertation. Between data wrangling, writing, looking for jobs, and playing with a toddler I haven’t had much time or opportunity... Read more »
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Conlangery SHORTS #28: Fuzzy Phonetics George gives a short talk about how phonology affects phonetic transcriptions and why the narrow “phonetic” transcription of your language does not have to be overly specific (especially with vowels!). We should have a regular episode again next month. ORIGINAL SCRIPT: There is a tendency in the conlanging community to hew toward more narrow, standardized... Read more »
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What if you were to design an alphabet to work with early electronic display technology? Wim Crowel tried to redesign the Latin alphabet for just that use. Take a look -- it's wild how much forms change when you want to abstract them just a bit more.
New Alphabet - Wikipedia
New Alphabet - Wikipedia
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An update on the grammar of Ayeri by Carsten Becker, which we featured way back in Episode 11. A #conlang is never finished.
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Anyone know anything about the language in this play? Is it a full #conlang?
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An interesting though experiment done through a #conlang
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Duolingo now offers Klingon courses for diehard Trekkies #conlang
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Conlangery #136: Nymeran with Colm Doyle Colm Doyle comes on to talk about his Nymeran language, created for the comic series Glow, as well as some of the process and challenges of making a conlang and script for comics. Top of Show Greeting: Vaq’ǫ̀ʔ Nąśą /vàqʼõ̀ʔ nã̀ʃã́/ Glow issue 2 Kickstarter
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Going to be late posting this month’s episode, but I want to make sure I share the webcomic our guest works on before the Kickstarter is over. #conlang
Glow #1-2
Glow #1-2
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