Sources cited for “Bistro, Kiosk, Kayak, Coyote, Pagoda,” by Kris Herndon:
June Casagrande, “Grammar Purity is One Big Ponzi Scheme,” LitHub, 7/26/18.
Benjamin C. Kinney, “The Evolved Brain,” Clarkesworld, No. 124, January 2017.
Sources for images and illustrations:
The image for “Bistro, Kiosk, Kayak, Coyote, Pagoda” is titled “Syllabic system of orthography: invented by the Rev’d. Jas. Evans, adapted to the Moose dialect of the Cree language by John Horden.” Courtesy of the Rare Book Division, The New York Public Library. The New York Public Library Digital Collections. London. 1852.
The image for “In Defense of Men” is from the collection of Frank Buttolph (1850-1924), courtesy of the Rare Book Division, The New York Public Library. “DINNER [held by] TAIT’S CAFE [at] “VAN NESS AVENUE AND EDDY STREET, SAN FRANCISCO, CA” (REST;)” The New York Public Library Digital Collections. 1907.
The illustration for “A God-awful Small Affair” is by Jasmine Romani-Romero.