"If a newspaper is to be of real service to the public, it must have a big circulation . . . " Joseph Pulitzer
Thank you for your interest in our © Chickenology Encyclopedia. We would like to get the chickenology quotes to as many readers as possible and we need your assistance. Publishing rights can be purchased from World English School, LLC.
You can help us in our efforts by publishing our "© Chicken of the Week" and/or daily "© Chicken Today" columns either in your regular printed newspaper or on your Internet pages. These columns contain only original materials written by Ervin Nemeth and they should not be published without prior written (electronic or paper-based) consent.
"© Chicken Today" is a daily selection of "Why did the chicken cross the road?" quotations from a famous person born that day and the following week's entries will be available via e-mail at least one week prior the time of supposed publication.
"© Chicken of the Week" is a weekly selection of the quotes that are typically more related to the season or current events.
The publication of
"© Chicken of the Week" and "© Chicken Today"
columns is suspended on our site due to
multiple illegal copies of original texts of the author
found on the Internet.
Please send in an e-mail inquiry for price quotes and availability. Don't forget to tell us where you want to publish the column(s). You can send your e-mail to Ervin Nemeth. Please, indicate whether you would like us to add your newspaper to a list of papers running a "© Chickenology Encyclopedia Column."
We reserve copyright, both US and international. Please, do not publish our materials without our consent.
We plan to publish the complete encyclopedia in a book as soon as we have sufficient funds. Earlier versions of the site have been published twice on CD supplements of the computer magazine "Chip" in Hungary and they can be accessed in ZIP archives through our pages.
With the paper edition more graphics art will come, so that a more appealing chickenology column may be added to your publication. Right now you can create your own graphics if you wish -- we would prefer, though, a plain text box with simple hairline borders.
The Chicken Master
See some pictures related to Joseph Pulitzer in the hometown of the Chicken Master.