I'm certainly available for an interview. As it is, my conlangs are in
development, though a few of them are seeing use in my graphic novel
series, Chadhiyana (published by Rosarium Publishing).
Mostly the conlangs used are for name creation (in fact, Chadhiyana is a
conlang name meant to sound "Indian-esque"). Though, in the first issue
there are a few pages featuring one character "speaking" one of the
language and being translated by one of the other characters in the scene.
Whether you choose to interview me or not, I wish you luck on the paper.
All the Best,
J. M. DeSantis
Write-ist (Writer & Artist)
Official Website: jmdesantis.com <http://www.jmdesantis.com>
Web-Comic Graphic Novel: chadhiyana.com <http://www.chadhiyana.com>
On 9/1/2015 12:14 AM, Ella WInters wrote:
> Hey guys!
> I was wondering if I could ask for some help from a few of you?
> I am in my final year of undergrad in English & Linguistics at the
> University of Otago in Dunedin, NZ. I originally started researching
> conlangs as a way to practice my phonology and I've been lurking here for a
> while, but now I've been asked to write a paper on constructed languages
> for a class on non-fiction and feature writing. To keep from falling into
> an overview of Esperanto and/or all the ways J.R.R. Tolkien is smarter than
> u, I'm hoping to include an interview component and I was wondering if some
> of you would be interested in corresponding with me briefly about yourself
> and your languages?
> Thanks in advance!