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Re: "Authentic" Klingon materials

David Trimboli (david@trimboli.name) [KLI Member] [Hol po'wI']



ghunchu'wI' 'utlh wrote:
> On Mon, Nov 30, 2009 at 2:01 PM, Christopher Doty <suomichris@gmail.com> wrote:
>> I'm wondering, though, if anyone has tried their hand at producing
>> more "authentic," original compositions in Klingon that aren't
>> translations of extant (human) literature?
> 
> /study/jatmey.html describes many such attempts (all
> successful).  There is also the short story {jubHa'}, which appears in
> the third volume of the _Strange New Worlds_ anthology series.

I've written a few silly things. One was a Trek short story that 
appeared in *jatmey*, and one I've put on the Web: 
http://www.trimboli.name/ghuHmoHQoQ.html

A third came about one {qep'a'} when we had one of our {qaDHommey}, 
where you open an envelope, find a phrase, and have to give a speech 
about it in Klingon. Seqram joked that if we wanted to go all out we 
could even write a poem in iambic pentameter with the phrase as the 
acrostic. I, being a wiseguy, did exactly that while everyone else was 
giving their speeches. I've still got the poem around somewhere; I 
should put it on my website.

And, of course, Captain Krankor has written {taHjaj wo'} and {'Iv maH}.

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