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The La-La Theory, Issue 6, Always Already

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I am excited to introduce the 6th issue of The La-La Theory, my crackpot zine about language. The beautiful cover was drawn and designed by my new friend Jim Tierney, an illustrator who lives in Philadelphia. (Here he is online: www.graphiteplayground.com.)

In this issue you will read:

* an essay about a few intriguing words from other languages (Finnish, Portuguese, and Welsh) that have no direct translation in English

* an interview with a woman who adapts Japanese comics for an English-speaking North American audience

* a devastating freaking poem, if I may say so (I wrote it)

* "reviews" of some weird old language usage books

* batches of interesting etymologies

and more!

The La-La Theory, Issue 6, Always Already

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