Reviews section index
This is the archive of book and CD-ROM reviews that have appeared in the newsletter and for which the relevant works are still in print.
A Word A Day; A Word in Your Shell-Like; America In So Many Words; American Heritage Dictionary; An Analytic Dictionary of English Etymology; Balderdash & Piffle; Barrelhouse Words; Begat; Blooming English; Brave New Words; By Hook or By Crook; Chambers Dictionary of Etymology; Chambers Slang Dictionary; Chronicle of American Literature; Coined by God; Coined by Shakespeare; Damp Squid; Depraved and Insulting English; Dictionary of American Regional English; Eats, Shoots and Leaves; Fanboys and Overdogs; Far From the Madding Gerund; Faux Pas?; Foyle’s Philavery; From Elvish to Klingon; Gallimaufry; Garner’s Modern American Usage; Globish; Gobbledygook; Green’s Dictionary of Slang; Hatchet Jobs and Hardball; I Love It When You Talk Retro; I’m Not Hanging Noodles on Your Ears; In Other Words; In the Land of Invented Languages; It’s All in a Word; Language Visible; Longman Pronunciation Dictionary; Macquarie Dictionary; Mighty Fine Words and Smashing Expressions; Mind the Gaffe; OED Historical Thesaurus; OK; Oxford Dictionary of English; Oxford Guide to Word Games; Port Out, Starboard Home; Presidential Voices; Slang: The People’s Poetry; Stunned Mullets and Two-pot Screamers; Superior Words; The Adventure of English; The Art of Punctuation / A Dash of Style; The F Word; The First English Slang Dictionary; The Grouchy Grammarian; The Language Report 2007; The Language Wars; The Meaning of Tingo; The New Oxford American Dictionary; The New Partridge Dictionary of Slang; The Official Dictionary of Unofficial English; The Ring of Words; The Secret Life of Words; The Stories of English; Three books in brief; Through the Language Glass; Treasure-House of the Language; Two books on euphemisms; Two Brewer's Dictionaries; Verbatim; Virtual Words; Weeds in the Garden of Words; Weird and Wonderful Words; Why is Q Always Followed by U?; Word Histories and Mysteries; Word Origins and How We Know Them; Words, Words, Words; Writing and Script.