Live Virtual Q&A With…

Dr. Marc Okrand!


Marc Okrand devised the Klingon language heard in Star Trek movies and television series beginning with Star Trek III: The Search For Spock in 1984 as well as dialogue in Vulcan, Romulan, Kelpien, and other languages heard in various Star Trek films and TV series. He also created the Atlantean language for the animated feature Atlantis: The Lost Empire.  He is the author of The Klingon Dictionary and other books about Klingon and did the translation for the Klingon opera ā€™uā€™ that premiered in The Netherlands in 2010.  He has conducted linguistic research as a postdoctoral fellow at the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D.C., and is an associate producer of the documentary Conlanging: The Art of Crafting Tongues.

If you would like to ask a question or simply tune in, this is your chance!

Important

Please remember that although this event is free of charge, there will be a limited number of participants admitted! Admission is based on a first-come-first-serve basis. The Q&A will be on Saturday, February 27th at 4 pm EST and will last for about one hour over Zoom.

If you are attending, please be mindful of others and dress appropriately. Acts of misconduct will not be tolerated. The recording of any audio or video of the event is prohibited. Violations of these policies will lead to disciplinary action.

**If you are signed up but are unable to make it, please let us know no later than 48 hours prior to the event start time.

Please allow 2-3 days for a confirmation. Further communication will be via email (remember to check junk email).

Questions or Concerns? Please email us at mail@mylinguage.org!