On LINGUIST List recently, we hear of two books that may be of interest to phonoloblog readers:
- When Languages Die: The extinction of the world’s languages and the erosion of human knowledge, by K. David Harrison.
- The Phonology of Standard Chinese (2nd ed.), by San Duanmu.
The first, which I also mentioned here, is not strictly about phonology — but it’s written by a phonologist, so there you go.