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Wednesday, March 4, 2009

March Forth on National Grammar Day

National Grammar Day, created by the ineffable and brilliant grammarian Martha Brockenbrough of The Society for The Promotion of Good Grammar (SPOGG) and author of Things that Make Us [Sic], is celebrating its second year!

Celebrate with grammartinis, punctuation puns, grammar potlucks - or just visit the official National Grammar Day site and see the lineup of participating blogs, Top 10 Grammar Tips, and the Bad Grammar Hall of Fame playlist (including "Lay Lady Lay," naturally). Speaking of punctuation personality profiles, here is mine from Martha's book launch party:


Happy National Grammar Day, everyone!

Holly Cupala, author & rgz diva

3 comments:

Little Willow said...

Thank you for the reminder! I just posted about it at Bildie.

Shelf Elf said...

I am so not a comma :)

Molz614 said...

yay grammar day!
my mom would be so happy haha