The Fun Word Game – Where Lexicon meets Logic


    Writing alphabetagrams is a challenging way of passing the long, dark winter evenings, costs nothing and can be done in the privacy of your own home. So why not try one and send it to Village Voices for publication. Alternatively, if you feel you want a wider audience you can publish to the world by sending it to the Alphabetagram team
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Posts Tagged ‘rare species’

Alphabet besotted….

Posted by alphabetagrams on March 16, 2011

Alphabet besotted creatures devising enigmatic fantasies, generally, harmless, ingeniously juggle knotty linguistic models. No ostensible predators. Quite rare species. They’re usually vigorous word xenophiles. Youthful zoopathology.
Submitted by: John M Feb 2011.

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