GlossaHouse publishes works in the areas of language, hermeneutics, and pedagogy.
GlossaHouse was created in 2012 by T. Michael W. Halcomb and Fredrick J. Long. Together Michael and Fred share a vision of creating innovative language resources to help students and researchers advance in their acquisition of languages, especially biblical languages. Their vision was initially realized in their first series Hexapla and the release of A Parallel & Interlinear New Testament Polyglot: Luke-Acts (Vol.1), Matthew-Mark (Vol.3), and The Pauline Epistles (Vol.2 forthcoming). These books contain the six most important research languages for Biblical Studies: Hebrew, Latin, Greek, English, German, and French.
After the release of the Hexapla series, GlossaHouse produced the AGROS series (Accessible Greek Resources & Online Studies). The series, which already has over a dozen works in print with more forthcoming, is a complete Greek Curriculum Suite with distinctive features setting it apart from anything else comparable. GlossaHouse aims to be on the cutting-edge of Greek language pedagogy. Students exposed to the AGROS Curriculum Suite will experience innovative resources to aid their acquisition and mastery of Koine Greek.
Most recently, GlossaHouse is creating the GlossaHouse Endangered Language Series (GELS). Among the 6,000 languages in the world, nearly half are endangered and every two weeks a language is declared dead. To address this tragedy, GlossaHouse is producing GELS.
We at GlossaHouse will gladly entertain new project proposals. If you have a project or a proposal and are searching for a publishing outlet, please consider GlossaHouse. See the ‘Proposals’ tab in the above menu bar and follow the instructions. We look forward to hearing from you as well as the opportunity of working with others who share our vision: “Language Resources for the Global Community.”