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“Grail is persisting in being sort of interesting to write.”
“And then I got up and ran, and handled some email, and read some slush, and had a deep conversation with that same jmeadows about the sociopolitical and science fictional significance of Beyonce and Lady Gaga (no, really), and now I am allegedly working on the next scene in Grail or will be when I figure out what it's about.”
“His current Comic Holy Grail is a mint copy of Mysterious Suspense #1. after he finally obtains that, who knows ... â€¨”
“And even though the True Grail is shown as a simple, unadorned glass, the director cannot resist having its interior glow with a golden light.”
“Given all this, the fact that Grail is sitting at 185 pages, and the Impending Hoolidays, I have decided to take an advance on my Time Off as sick leave cum lazing about.”
“Fortunately, Grail is a bitter, angry, political, rantiferous book (a lot of my second draft work will be in making it not sound like Robert Heinlein swallowed a social radical) that is largely about how the human brain as currently evolved is a crappy tool with which to analyze nuanced situations, so it's probably productive for me to be this damned angry.”
“But the story of this Grail is not the one that we all think we know, but something deeper and more ancient that is tied in with this mysterious symbol of the labyrinth, and reaches back into Ancient Egypt and the founding of civilization.”
“But of course, Holy Grail is one of the funniest movies ever made.”
“The Holy Grail is the obvious one for Dan Brown, and Matthew Reilly gets into Easter Island as well as the Egyptian Pyramids is his novels.”
“The confusion arises because the word Grail is derived from the word graal which first appeared in turn of the first millenium”
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