Verbatim: The Language Quarterly is a literary magazine aimed at reporting language and linguistic issues for non-specialist readers. It was established in 1974. These matters are announced in the magazine's advertised slogan: "Language and linguistics for the layperson since 1974". The editor is Erin McKean. Verbatim is administered from Chicago, with a UK office in Chearsley, Aylesbury Vale. Until the end of the 1980s, it was distributed in the United States and Canada by the independent publisher Stein & Day.
Notes and references
- "Stein & Day Publishing Files for Bankruptcy". New York Times. June 27, 1987.
- "Stein & Day To Shut Down". New York Times. July 29, 1988.
- Verbatim — official website (with some back issues up to 2004)
- Table of Contents — list of articles (author and title) by volume and number
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