14/01/2017
To educate the masses.

Words by

Giulia Brugliera

If you, like me, can't stand incorrect apostrophe use, welcome. This is a safe place, one in which we rag on those who use possessive apostrophes for plurals. Simon Griffin is part of our frustrated inner sanctum and so, he released a pocket book with dual purpose:

1) To educate the masses.

2) To deliver a tangible resource for us to physically thrust upon those less educated, all while yelling 'get it right, goddammit!'.

It’s really not that hard. At least, not when Griffin explains it. Complex grammar rules are laid out in layman's terms, alongside explanations of why we often get them wrong. It’s the perfect passive aggressive gift for that person who thinks your the best.

This review was originally published in Fashion Journal 164. You can read it here.

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