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280 Dog Years


The Holy Grail Press is dedicated to promoting work that standard publishers... you know, those with standards, might be reluctant to publish, which pretty much leaves poetry.  And let's face it:  No one publishes poetry.  So in the end, we’re left with a lot of free time.



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May 27, 2022

wonk:  (noun)  often used derogatorily, a person who takes a particularly specialized interest in the minute details of a field of study, especially with politics.  You want to know about the influence of Russian immigrants on the passage of the infrastructure bill?  Then just ask Bill, he's our resident wonk.


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Wednesday, June 26, 2019

If you base happiness on having things, then know how many things you want, so when you have them, you'll know to be happy.  Earl Eldridge

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Tuesday, June 18, 2019

The History of the Future:  June 18, 2078

The World Becomes Void of Void

Void, the genius behind the one-man band Many More, died at the age of 86.  Void, who changed his name from Claude Everlast, had already amassed a small fortune before entering the music business by claiming that all checks that had "void" written on them were actually written to him.  Many More was considered the "King of the One-Hit Wonders" for the only song they ever produced, "Thank You for the Royalties."  Even though critics unanimously agreed "Thank You for the Royalties" was one of the worst songs ever written, it still appeared on more anthology albums than any other song in history.  The band's lawyer, Chester A. Softpickle, successfully argued that whenever any anthology advertisement included the statement "and many more," they meant the band "Many More," and therefore had to include the band's only song, as well as pay Void royalties... forever.  Not coincidently, compilation albums ceased to be marketed during Void's lifetime.

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