See also: J1-J11 1987-1989, J12-J19 1992-1995, J20-J28 1996-2000.

Journal of the Simplified Spelling Society.

Contents of fourth (American) series J29-J32, 2001-2003.

J29, J30, J31, J32.

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Journal of the Simplified Spelling Society J29, 2001/1.
Acting Editor: John J Reilly.

Contents.
•  1. Editorial
Articles.
•  4. The optimality of English spelling. Joseph R. Little.
•  14. Dyslexia: cultural diversity and biological unity. E. Paulesu, J.-F. Démonet, F. Fazio, E. McCrory, V. Chanoine, N. Brunswick, S. F. Cappa, G. Cossu, M. Habib, C. D. Frith, U. Frith.
•  19. Perceived English spelling rules for vowel sounds in single syllable words. Peter Whitmore.
•  26. The significance of the ITA experiment for spelling reform. Masha Bell.
•  29. FREESPELING.COM - A vehicle of chanj, not a rubric for reform. Richard Lawrence Wade.
•  32. Book Review: The art of spelling (The madness and the method) by Marilyn Vos Savant. Reviewed by Steve Bett.
•  34. How people spelled when they could spell as they liked. Valerie Yule.
•  38. USA English is Respelled in Truespel. Tom Zurinskas.

Journal of the Simplified Spelling Society J30, 2002/1.
Editor: Steve Bett.

Contents.
•  Inside front cover, 6 Axioms in 3 transcriptions.
•  2. Editorial
•  3. Schemes
Articles.
•  4. Its the spelling that's stupid - not me. Valerie Yule.
•  8. The number of phonemes in English. Steve Bett.
•  13. Recent research on difficulties in literacy learning. Allan Campbell.
•  14. What's Freespeling & the World Vote really about? Richard Lawrence Wade.
•  17. Spelling reform: a bibliography of resources. Cornell Kimball.
•  24. Recogniez what is "guud enuf" and run with it! Edward Rondthaler.
•  26. English spelling and comparative literacy. Valerie Yule.
•  28. English spelling for international communication. Valerie Yule.
Reviews
•  34. English spelling and the Norman Conquest. Donald Scragg.
•  35. Illegal alphabets and adult biliteracy: Latino migrants crossing the linguistic border. Thomás Mario Kalmer Judy B Gilbert.

Journal of the Simplified Spelling Society J31, 2002/2.
Editor: Steve Bett.

Contents.
•  Inside front cover, 6 Axioms in 3 more transcriptions.
•  2. Editorial
•  2. Editorial.
Articles.
•  4. English and its Literemes. Ralph Emerson.
•  9. The Simplification and Rationalization of the notation of sounds. George Bernard Shaw.
•  11. Simplified Global English. M.N.Gogate.
•  13. A Romanian Holiday in a Romanesque Notation. Zé do Rock.
•  14. Tribute to Chris Upward.
•  17. Decodable Words Versus Predicable Text. Patrick Groff.
•  19. Review of Duck's Modular English. John Reilly.
•  20. Investigating Spelling Reform Satires. Cornell Kimball.
•  23. Introduction to Shaw Alphabet. Steve Bett.
•  25. Introduction to Shaw Alphabet. Sir James Pitman.
•  26. Tribute to Laurence Raymond Fennelly.
•  27. The Ambiguous E. Steve Bett.
•  28. The Ultimate State of Spelling Reform. Paul Fletcher.
•  31. Spelling Systems Have Always Been Mixes and Have Always Drawn Ideas from Multiple Sources. Niklaus Shaeffer.
•  35. Letters & Summaries of On-Line Discussions.

Journal of the Simplified Spelling Society J32, 2003/1.
Editor: Steve Bett.

Contents.
•  Inside front cover. Preposterous!
•  36,22. The new and retiring presidents.
•  2. Editorial.
Articles.
•  4. The Two Stage Approach to Spelling Reform. Steve Bett.
•  9. English Accents and their Implications for Spelling Reform. John C. Wells.
•  12. How Phonemic is English Spelling? Godfrey Dewey.
•  15. Could English spelling be made regular without drastic change? Valerie Yule.
•  20. Orthographic Goals. Steve Bett.
•  23. Comparing Spelling Schemes. Roy W. Blain.
•  24. Reform of Chemical Language as a Model for Spelling Reform. Hans-Richard Sliwka.
•  29. The End of the Reading Wars? Isobel Raven.
•  33. Review of Jean Meron's Orthotypographie. John M. Gledhill.
•  34. Letters & Summaries of On-Line Discussions.

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See also: J1-J11 1987-1989, J12-J19 1992-1995, J20-J28 1996-2000.