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January 2002, Vol. 4, No. 1

•  Upsizing by Joseph Epstein
•  Happy Palindromic New Year by Richard Lederer
•  Dum & Dummer by Michael J. Sheehan
•  "Different From" Not "Different Than" by Peter Corey
•  Birdheart by Elana Wolff by Greg McPeake
•  Two Poems by Warren Jones
•  Grumbling About Grammar
•  Elegant English
•  On Dimwitticisms
•  Clues to Concise Writing
•  Scarcely Used Words
•  Oddments and Miscellanea
•  On the Bookshelf
•  Letters to the Editor


February 2002, Vol. 4, No. 2

•  The Dangerous Pleasure of Reading by Tim Buck
•  Spelling by Christopher Lord
•  No Problem? by David Isaacson
•  The Eskimo Snow Vocabulary Debate by Mark Halpern
•  Two Poems by Sarah Skwire
•  Grumbling About Grammar
•  Elegant English
•  On Dimwitticisms
•  Clues to Concise Writing
•  Scarcely Used Words
•  Oddments and Miscellanea
•  On the Bookshelf
•  Letters to the Editor


March 2002, Vol. 4, No. 3

•  Words of a Feather by Valerie Collins
•  Heaven and Hello by Heinz Insu Fenkl
•  The Last Words by Christopher Orlet
•  King James Bible by Susan Elkin
•  Two Poems by Fred Moramarco
•  Grumbling About Grammar
•  Elegant English
•  On Dimwitticisms
•  Clues to Concise Writing
•  Scarcely Used Words
•  Oddments and Miscellanea
•  On the Bookshelf
•  Letters to the Editor


April 2002, Vol. 4, No. 4

•  Situation Comedy by Joseph Epstein
•  Christian Dogs and Politicians by David R. Williams
•  Mark Twain and the English Language by Richard Lederer
•  Spoonerisms and Malapropisms by Marshall Dean
•  Two Poems by Lauren Rile Smith
•  Grumbling About Grammar
•  Elegant English
•  On Dimwitticisms
•  Clues to Concise Writing
•  Scarcely Used Words
•  Oddments and Miscellanea
•  On the Bookshelf
•  Letters to the Editor


May 2002, Vol. 4, No. 5

•  The Melancholy of Anatomy by Richard Burnett Carter
•  Myth-Bashing as a Substitute for Thought by Mark Halpern
•  Mach 1 by Michael J. Sheehan
•  Myths and Takes on Writing Web Content by Ken Bresler
•  Two Poems by Brian Taylor
•  Grumbling About Grammar
•  Elegant English
•  On Dimwitticisms
•  Clues to Concise Writing
•  Scarcely Used Words
•  Oddments and Miscellanea
•  On the Bookshelf
•  Letters to the Editor


June 2002, Vol. 4, No. 6

•  Hyphenology, or The Missing Link by Darren Crovitz
•  Author's Choice by Joseph Epstein
•  Rhetoric and Reality by Konstantin Kakaes
•  Operation Spin This by Clark Elder Morrow
•  Two Poems by Pen Pearson
•  Grumbling About Grammar
•  Elegant English
•  On Dimwitticisms
•  Clues to Concise Writing
•  Scarcely Used Words
•  Oddments and Miscellanea
•  On the Bookshelf
•  Letters to the Editor


July 2002, Vol. 4, No. 7

•  Obscene Words by Julian Burnside
•  The Secret Alchemy of Doctor Seuss by Heinz Insu Fenkl
•  Do You Know Where You're Coming From? by David Isaacson
•  Two Poems by Matt Hart
•  Planetmates by Clark Elder Morrow
•  The Meaning of Postmodernism in an Age of Terrorism by Mark Halpern
•  Grumbling About Grammar
•  Elegant English
•  On Dimwitticisms
•  Clues to Concise Writing
•  Scarcely Used Words
•  Oddments and Miscellanea
•  On the Bookshelf
•  Ungrammatical Graphics


August 2002, Vol. 4, No. 8

•  Shoptalk by Robert McHenry
•  Jest for the Pun of It by Richard Lederer
•  Change a Word, Change a World by Marylaine Block
•  Two Poems by Elana Wolff
•  Allegory: The Land of Hope and Glory by Clark Elder Morrow
•  Must We Burn Roget?; Elliott on Imperialism by Mark Halpern
•  Grumbling About Grammar
•  Elegant English
•  On Dimwitticisms
•  Clues to Concise Writing
•  Scarcely Used Words
•  Oddments and Miscellanea
•  On the Bookshelf
•  Letters to the Editor


September 2002, Vol. 4, No. 9

•  Yes, We Have No Bananas by Valerie Collins
•  The Prepositionless Excremental by David R. Williams
•  Negative Thoughts by Brenda Townsend Hall
•  Why Good Grammar? by Richard Mitchell
•  Two Poems by Sarah Skwire
•  Mr. Goldentongue by Clark Elder Morrow
•  Proverbs Reconsidered by Christopher Orlet
•  Grumbling About Grammar
•  Elegant English
•  On Dimwitticisms
•  Clues to Concise Writing
•  Scarcely Used Words
•  Oddments and Miscellanea
•  On the Bookshelf
•  Ungrammatical Graphics


October 2002, Vol. 4, No. 10

•  Penman by Joseph Epstein
•  The Myth of Gaps by Allan Metcalf
•  Playing with a Full Deck by Richard Lederer
•  Get 'em to Read Real Books by Susan Elkin
•  Sound Off: Lawyers vs. Language by Kelly Cannon
•  Two Poems by Laura Cherry
•  The Elder Statesman: The Proud and the Pitiful by Clark Elder Morrow
•  The Last Word: What's so Funny? by Christopher Orlet
•  Grumbling About Grammar
•  Elegant English
•  On Dimwitticisms
•  Clues to Concise Writing
•  Scarcely Used Words
•  Oddments and Miscellanea
•  On the Bookshelf
•  Letters to the Editor


November 2002, Vol. 4, No. 11

•  The Secret Nature of Nicknames by Darren Crovitz
•  Like, He Said by David Isaacson
•  Rendering unto Caesar Even That Which Is Not His by Robert McHenry
•  A Teddy Bearish Centennial by Richard Lederer
•  Sound Off: On the Incomprehensibility of Privacy Notices by Mark Hochhauser
•  The Elder Statesman: Crash of the Titans by Clark Elder Morrow
•  The Critical Reader: The Meaning of Objectivity: Part 1 by Mark Halpern
•  Grumbling About Grammar
•  Elegant English
•  On Dimwitticisms
•  Clues to Concise Writing
•  Scarcely Used Words
•  Oddments and Miscellanea
•  On the Bookshelf


December 2002, Vol. 4, No. 12

•  Holy Wars by Julian Burnside
•  Talk to Me by Marylaine Block
•  The True Meanings of Christmas by Richard Lederer
•  Sound Off: Henry Wadsworth Longfellow: A Lost Legacy by Paul G. Zolbrod
•  The Elder Statesman: Movies, Masks, and Music by Clark Elder Morrow
•  The Last Word: Gibrisch Spoken Here by Chris Orlet
•  Grumbling About Grammar
•  Elegant English
•  On Dimwitticisms
•  Clues to Concise Writing
•  Scarcely Used Words
•  Oddments and Miscellanea
•  On the Bookshelf
•  Letters to the Editor




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