Lexicolatry has been graced with some wonderful contributors and guest writers.
Katie DwyerKatie is a Dublin-based writer, researcher and freelance journalist from the US and author of MyCollegeAdvice.org.
She's an inveterate reader, traveller and word-lover, and counts basket-weaving and flint knapping among her many skills.
Follow Katie on Twitter @kdcollegeadvice.
John KellyJohn's background is in secondary education and evaluation, and he currently works to assist college-based adults with special needs.
He writes the etymologically awesome The Mashed Radish, on which he describes a word's etymology as like "a magic little portal into a truth".
Which is rather lovely.
Follow John on Twitter @mashedradish.
Sally PrueSally is an award-winning author of children's books - Cold Tom won the Branford Boase Prize and the Smarties Silver Award,
and The Truth Sayer was short-listed for the Guardian Children's Book Prize. She also writes The Word Den, a blog with the most wonderful tagline:
'ordinary-sized words are for everyone, but the big ones are especially for children.' I couldn't agree more.
Follow Sally on Twitter @sally_prue.