Glossophilia is dedicated to observing, discussing, dissecting and marveling at the English language in all its usage and abusage.
“Glossophilia has some intense and in-your-face content which is surprisingly refreshing.” – Telangan Today
If you speak, write and like the English language, you’ll find something to love on this blog – whether it’s about names, notable typos, trendy words and phrases, language in the news, or even poetry seen and heard.
Louise is a dual British-American citizen who has enjoyed a career in classical music and publishing — as an editor, record producer and in public relations — on both sides of the Atlantic. She started the Glossophilia blog in March 2011, and launched the spin-off podcast series in 2020, with her friend and fellow glossophile Paul.
“Words are sacred. They deserve respect. If you get the right ones, in the right order, you can nudge the world a little.” — Tom Stoppard
“It is with words as with sunbeams. The more they are condensed, the deeper they burn.” — Robert Southey
To contact Louise, please email Glossogirl at gmail dot com
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