In 2011, I was invited to help develop the Kryptonian language for the Hollywood film Man of Steel (2013). Although, I have researched and taught about created languages for some time, this was my first created language of my own.  Click here for the UBC media release.

You can find more information about my work on Kryptonian in these interviews I’ve done since July 2013 (see below). You can also visit the website to find out more about the history of Kryptonian over time, including my recent creation of Kryptonian for Man of Steel. Click here for my Kryptonian Info interview.

To find your own Kryptonian name and house go here:

Media about my work on Kryptonian:

UBC Prof crafts Kryptonian tongue for new Superman film - CBC news

Canadian Professor created Kryptonian language for Man of Steel - Radio Canada International

Creating a whole new language for the Man of Steel - The Globe and Mail

UBC’s Christine Schreyer speaks the language Superman’s Krypton - The Province

Creating Superman’s language - The Phoenix, UBC Okanagan Student Newspaper

Christine Schreyer and the Linguistics of Kryptonian - The Wenner-Gren Blog

What Was it Like Developing the Kryptonian Language for MAN OF STEEL - The Geek Twins

Podcast #100 - Conlangery (Note: This includes other #conlang info, as well as Kryptonian)