Jasmine Scott is a middle school educator and amateur conlanger based in Wisconsin. Her primary conlanging project is Sheña, a personal artlang designed to be a global heritage language for queer folks. In her free time, she enjoys watching anime, listening to music, writing, collecting playing cards, and building vocabulary.
This article introduces the Sheña language and its typography and examines a unique semantic/syntactic link between animacy and possession in Sheña.
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