This colorful, comprehensive guide details the contributions that LGBTQIA+ communities have made to the English language.
This book examines the many ways prejudice can show up in our words.
Do you speak Gen Z? If you've heard phrases such as "keep it 100" and "beat my face" and wondered what they meant, this compact guide has the answers.
Judith Flanders takes a deep dive into the history of alphabets and their use as an organizational system.
The many editors among us who are also writers may appreciate this collection of writing advice from acclaimed novelist Vonnegut.
This book explores the relationship between race and language and the role language plays in racial views and identities.
This book outlines the development of New York English.