Conlang Directory: Conlang Resources
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- Tolkien's Languages
- J.R.R. Tolkien, author of the Hobbit, The Lord of the Rings, etc. was also a conlang fanatic, and developed several langauges for Elves and other races in his novels. See here for some technical articles. Another place to look: Tolkien language list home page. The Yamada language institute has collected together some Tolkien fonts. Another source of Elvish languages: Lisa McBriety's pages
- ASCII IPA
- The IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) is a universal way of writing down the sounds of languages. Unfortunately it's hard to use over the internet because you need a special set of characters. This is a way of transcribing the IPA into ASCII.
- Babel Text
- Jeffrey Henning is trying to collect the Babel text (Genesis 11:1-9), in as many constructed and natural languages as possible.
[archivist: Jeffrey Henning]
- Some books about various planned languages
- Conlang Yellow Pages
- Constructed Languages Yellow Pages.
- Bruce Gilson's Language Page
- Information about Novial and Voksigid
- Rick Harrison's Artificial Language Lab
- Really well-done. Check out the cool alphabets.
- Richard Kennaway's conlang page
- Sami Laitala's conlang page
- Language futures Europe
- Excellent source of articles and information about all different viewpoints relating to the question of what Europe should do about its many languages. Also some information about US monolingualism.
- Language Page
- This has pointers to information about lots of human languages, natural and invented.
- Herman Miller's Languages
- Model Languages
- Jeffrey Henning's model language home page; has a bunch of articles about language-building. There is a very complete index here of conlangs on the web.
- Other Tongues
- Conlang FTP site sponsored by an Esperanto organization
- Compuserve Interlingua info
- There are several data files about Interlingua in the "others" section of CompuServe's foreign language forum (GO FLEFO).
- Conlang Mailing List
- To subscribe to the conlang list, send a message to: email@example.com with the following as text body (not as subject): SUBSCRIBE CONLANG
- Tolkien Language Mailing List
- To subscribe to the Tolkien language list, send a message with just the word "subscribe" to this address: firstname.lastname@example.org (please note the dash and the equals sign).