If you spot something you’d like to submit to the blog, have a topic you’d like us to address, or just have a question, feel free to contact us at grammargeddon [at] gmail [dot] [com].

Also, while we appreciate every submission, we can’t post them all to the blog. Most likely, an article with a small typo isn’t significant enough to warrant a post. A sign that has only a few words, one of which includes a typo—that’s a possibility. However, we’re primarily looking for errors that are blatant, significant, ridiculous, or, most importantly, humorous.

Thanks for your interest in GRAMMARGEDDON!

4 thoughts on “Submissions

  1. In a recent article on Lifehacker, the author stated that “a digital interface in loo of the usual dial”. Is this a lock that is only usable in bathrooms?

    In case the article gets corrected, I did a screen capture that can be obtained here,


  2. Hi,

    How should you handle the format and flow of dialogue, if one character is in a different location from the other(s)?

    Ex: Three people are having a conversation, but two are in the living room, and the third is cooking in the kitchen; one person is talking to another through a locked bathroom door; two kids are having a conversation in their room while an eavesdropping mother interjects commentary from the laundry room; etc.

    I am also curious about dialogue among many participants (sports team) – how not to confuse your reader. Any tips? T

    Thanks in advance.


  3. Hello, Tde. I’ve been mulling this over since I first read your comment. This isn’t typically the kind of thing I cover here at my blog; you’re asking about writing craft, essentially, and I’m a nuts-and-bolts, where-do-I-put-the-comma person. I’m still thinking on it, though, so don’t give up entirely. Please? Thanks.


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