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Vocabula Bound Quarterly

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Though an online publication since September 1999, The Vocabula Review is now also a print publication.

Vocabula Bound Quarterly is a new quarterly journal. Each issue will include three months' worth of the online Vocabula's content. You'll find essays by Joseph Epstein, Richard Lederer, Mark Halpern, Bill Casselman, John Kilgore, Amalia Gnanadesikan, and others; poems by Elana Wolff, George Witte, Susan Snively, and others. Each issue also contains Vocabula's popular features: Grumbling About Grammar, Elegant English, On Dimwitticisms, Clues to Concise Writing, and more.

Vocabula Bound Quarterly: a quarterly journal about words and language.

Here is the table of contents of VBQ, Vol. 1, No. 1:


January 2005 — Vol. 7, No. 1

• Breve New World: Thoughts on an Emergent Pidgin — Kerr Houston

• The Mermaid — Heinz Insu Fenkl

• Blog, Bloggers, Blague — Joseph Epstein

• Foggy Blogs — David Isaacson

• A Stylish Inauguration Speech — Richard Lederer

• Two Poems — Elana Wolff

• The Elder Statesman: English Romantic Poets and ... Hollywood? — Clark Elder Morrow

• The Critical Reader: Curling up with a Good Dimension on a Rainy Day — Mark Halpern

• Shibboleths: Frisking the Governor's Daughter: On Puns — John Kilgore

• Postcards from Babel: Turtles All the Way Down — Amalia Gnanadesikan

• Bethumped with Words: Four Northern Words Flenched — Bill Casselman

• Grumbling About Grammar

• Elegant English

• On Dimwitticisms

• Clues to Concise Writing

• Scarcely Used Words

• On the Bookshelf

February 2005 — Vol. 7, No. 2

• Campers, Mediums, and Pigs: A Look at the Word Happy — Mark Peters

• Naughty Words — Julian Burnside

• Small Talk — Anna Jean Mallinson

• GÏÕÑ þµ ‡€ †¥ ÅE ðÿšŽë [Honk If You're Etruscan] — jjoan ttaber

• Two Poems — Frank Anthony

• The Elder Statesman: An Absurdly Brief History of English Prose Style — Clark Elder Morrow

• The Last Word: The Best (or Worst) Newspaper Writing? — Christopher Orlet

• Postcards from Babel: A Grimm Tale — Amalia Gnanadesikan

• Bethumped with Words: The Word Ptarmigan Plooks Pfunny — Bill Casselman

• Grumbling About Grammar

• Elegant English

• On Dimwitticisms

• Clues to Concise Writing

• Scarcely Used Words

• On the Bookshelf

March 2005 — Vol. 7, No. 3

• When the Teacher's Wrong — Skip Eisiminger

• guardian | guidewords — Michael J. Sheehan

• The Deadly Game of Corporatese — Jose A. Carillo

• Euphemisms: The Fig Leaves of Language — Richard Lederer

• Two Poems — Susan Snively

• The Elder Statesman: Titbits from the Tanakh — Clark Elder Morrow

• The Critical Reader: When a Species Needs a Pal — Mark Halpern

• Postcards from Babel: Conversations with the Dead — Amalia Gnanadesikan

• Bethumped with Words: Snow Motto Has Ancient Source — Bill Casselman

• Ask Fiske: Twelve Questions — Robert Hartwell Fiske

• Grumbling About Grammar

• Elegant English

• On Dimwitticisms

• Clues to Concise Writing

• Scarcely Used Words

• On the Bookshelf

Vocabula Bound Quarterly: a quarterly journal about words and language.

Perfect bound, 5-by-7-inch trim, 227 pages.

You may order Vocabula Bound Quarterly from Vocabula.


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