Siskia Lagomarsino

Siskia Lagomarsino

is creating blog content and books for language learners!

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Hey there! I'm Siskia, the writer behind The Polyglotist, a blog where I write about everything and anything that I consider may help others learn and love languages as much as I do! Besides English and Spanish, I speak Japanese, Italian, French and Esperanto, so I reckon I know a thing or two about this, if you catch my drift. ;)

The Polyglotist has recently branched into creating Youtube videos and a podcast in Spanish as well, AND it has several ebooks scheduled to be published this year, but (and there's always a but...) there's one itty bitty logistical problem: I'm a one woman show. It's becoming harder to write weekly blogs, make videos, edit a podcast AND work my butt off to keep this show funded.

I know, I know, I could send it all to hell and move to Costa Rica, but then who would be learning languages just for the heck of it and sharing all that sweet insider info with you? Who, pray tell, who?

This is where you come into the equation: your pledge will help fund The Polyglotist's expenses. By pledging you will be...

  • Helping me keep The Polyglotist online and ad free.
  • Allowing me to make time to develop new, affordable courses and e-books.
  • Offsetting the expense of covering language-related news and events.
  • In my heart forever. ❤️ 

A little tip goes a long way. 
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Pledge $1 or more per month
The knowledge that you're awesome.
Oh, and a Twitter shoutout because I want the world to know that you are.
Pledge $5 or more per month
The knowledge that you are awesome(r), and your question regarding language learning answered on social media.
Pledge $10 or more per month
You love The Polyglotist, don't you?
Well, I love you back, so I’ll make a video answering your question about language learning.
Pledge $15 or more per month
Getting real lovey-dovey, aren't we?
Pledge this much and you get access to a monthly 1-hour group hangout with a set topic.
Pledge $20 or more per month
only 15 left
Now we're talking!
Pledge this much and you get an individual (pre-scheduled) language consultation of up to one hour.
Pledge $50 or more per month
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You're too generous to be put into words: consider this a virtual hug.
Also, you get a signed physical copy of any book released under The Polyglotist brand, sent to your address anywhere in the world (book catalogue to be released on April 2016).
Pledge $1,000 or more per month
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Did you really just pledge that much...?
If you didn't do this accidentally, you've just retained my services as a conlanger.
That's right: I will set up a project schedule to create your own personal constructed language, which includes:
  • Your very own grammar, dictionary, and learning guide, all finely printed and sent to your home.
  • A predefined number of learning sessions.
  • Editorial capacity, in case you don't like how I'm doing.
  • And of course, my absolute forfeiture of intellectual rights over this language (in case you're one of 'em Hollywood types, and would like to use it to make moola). 
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If we reach this goal, the Babeltitlan podcast will somehow find its way back to the land of the living.
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Hey there! I'm Siskia, the writer behind The Polyglotist, a blog where I write about everything and anything that I consider may help others learn and love languages as much as I do! Besides English and Spanish, I speak Japanese, Italian, French and Esperanto, so I reckon I know a thing or two about this, if you catch my drift. ;)

The Polyglotist has recently branched into creating Youtube videos and a podcast in Spanish as well, AND it has several ebooks scheduled to be published this year, but (and there's always a but...) there's one itty bitty logistical problem: I'm a one woman show. It's becoming harder to write weekly blogs, make videos, edit a podcast AND work my butt off to keep this show funded.

I know, I know, I could send it all to hell and move to Costa Rica, but then who would be learning languages just for the heck of it and sharing all that sweet insider info with you? Who, pray tell, who?

This is where you come into the equation: your pledge will help fund The Polyglotist's expenses. By pledging you will be...

  • Helping me keep The Polyglotist online and ad free.
  • Allowing me to make time to develop new, affordable courses and e-books.
  • Offsetting the expense of covering language-related news and events.
  • In my heart forever. ❤️ 

A little tip goes a long way. 

Recent posts by Siskia Lagomarsino

Tiers
Pledge $1 or more per month
The knowledge that you're awesome.
Oh, and a Twitter shoutout because I want the world to know that you are.
Pledge $5 or more per month
The knowledge that you are awesome(r), and your question regarding language learning answered on social media.
Pledge $10 or more per month
You love The Polyglotist, don't you?
Well, I love you back, so I’ll make a video answering your question about language learning.
Pledge $15 or more per month
Getting real lovey-dovey, aren't we?
Pledge this much and you get access to a monthly 1-hour group hangout with a set topic.
Pledge $20 or more per month
only 15 left
Now we're talking!
Pledge this much and you get an individual (pre-scheduled) language consultation of up to one hour.
Pledge $50 or more per month
only 10 left
You're too generous to be put into words: consider this a virtual hug.
Also, you get a signed physical copy of any book released under The Polyglotist brand, sent to your address anywhere in the world (book catalogue to be released on April 2016).
Pledge $1,000 or more per month
only 1 left
Did you really just pledge that much...?
If you didn't do this accidentally, you've just retained my services as a conlanger.
That's right: I will set up a project schedule to create your own personal constructed language, which includes:
  • Your very own grammar, dictionary, and learning guide, all finely printed and sent to your home.
  • A predefined number of learning sessions.
  • Editorial capacity, in case you don't like how I'm doing.
  • And of course, my absolute forfeiture of intellectual rights over this language (in case you're one of 'em Hollywood types, and would like to use it to make moola).