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Among the publications: Thema, A cappella Zoo, Third Wednesday Magazine, Yellow Medicine Review, Silver Boomer Book, The Vocabula Review, Runes, The Literary Review, Midstream, Crimespree; and many online publications.
Robert Hartwell Fiske has a very special expertise with language as the editor and publisher of 'The Vocabula Review', a publication dedicated to the study of language.
[Mark Peters has language-related articles published or forthcoming in American Speech: A Quarterly of Linguistics Usage, The Buffalo News, Mental Floss, Other, Slayage: The Online International Journal of Buffy Studies, and The Vocabula Review.]
Compiled and edited by Robert Hartwell Fiske, Vocabula Bound: Outbursts, Insights, Explanations, And Oddities is a compendium of essays on the English language taken from the pages of "The Vocabula Review", as well as twenty-five poems.
So concludes Valerie Collins, who has a fascinating article about journalism and acts of polysemy in the most recent edition of The Vocabula Review (, an erudite online journal dedicated to excellence in the English language.