As New York Times Sunday puzzlers recently discovered, Professor Esther Schor's new book on Esperanto, Bridge of Words, was featured in the Acrostic on February 19th (constructed by Emily Cox & Henry Rathvon).
The Acrostic for the first letters of the clues (many relevant to the book itself) reads: A.E /B.S /C.T /D.H /E.E /F.R /G.S /H.C /I.H /J.0 /K.R /L.B /M.R /N.I /O.D /P.G /Q.E /R.O /S.F /T.W /U.O /V.R /W.D /X.S
The clue-answers populate this quotation from Bridge of Words:
"Like... Doctor Frankenstein, Zamenhof took the dismembered parts of other languages and created a new being entirely. It must have been a lonely venture, being the sole speaker of a language yet to be put before the world."