Vol. 32 No. 1 is making its way to the printer tomorrow; check out the table of contents for the new issue:

Are Prepositions Necessary? by Rosemarie Ostler
Hanky-Panky, Hugger-Mugger, and Other Reduplicative Rhyming Compounds, by Amy Shuffelton and Jessy Randall
The Saloon-Bar Pundit: The Bane of the Philologist’s Life, by J.L.A. Hartley
Ha’penny Hurls and Chittering Bites: Talking Glaswegian, by June Sawers
Prepopr Splelnig, by Noam D. Plum
Learning Modern Turkish, by Kevin Revolinski
Never Say ‘Death’, by Daniel Krieger
The Power in the Punch of Welsh Valleys English, by Lucy Williams
Bits and Pieces, by David Galef
Beadlemania, by Jerome Betts

Plus some of our usual columns:
Classical Blather: Speak of the Devil! by Nick Humez
Obiter Dicta: I Sold My Writing for a Song, by Gloria Rosenthal
Horribile Dictu, by Mat Coward

and, of course, the Anglo-American crossword …

Remember, the day this issue mails the subscription price rises to US$35/year (US$60/two years). (Add $5 per year for subscriptions sent outside North America, paid in US dollars; The UK £ price remains unchanged.) If you want to renew your subscription at our current rates, you have about ten days left to do so …


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