John McWhorter debunks stereotypes and convincingly argues that Black English is not just a variation on Standard English but a language all its own.
This book explores the many accents of English speakers, where they came from, and how we feel about them.
Typography aficionados (typographiles?) will enjoy this deep dive into the origins and usage of several punctuation marks.
A snarky look at common, often hilarious, writing blunders.
Did you know that your answers to just a handful of questions can predict the zip code of where you grew up?
Typo Squad, and it's set in a reality where typos are lethal to 98% of the population.
Dorren takes readers on a whirlwind tour of the world's 20 most-spoken languages.
This book debunks nine common myths. It's sure to be a fascinating linguistic and historical journey for word nerds.
The Whole World in a Book explores a period in which globalization, industrialization, and social mobility were changing language in unimaginable ways.
Dennis Baron reveals the untold story of how we got from he and she to zie and hir and singular-they.