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Generally Sponsored Poetry Poll for January 2011
This is the first part of the generally sponsored poetry poll for January 2011.  We'll start by picking the size combination and then move on to specific poems if necessary.  You have $51 to spend this month, which means all the remaining poems are accessible.  There are two $5 poems left: "Astropolis" and "Beneath Suspicion."  There are two $10 poems left: "Gaslight and Cold Iron" and "The Secret Life of Cities."  There are six $15 poems left: "Breathing People," "The City at the Sun's Edge," "Feminists Under Glass," "The Houses of Haunted Dolls," "Perishable Truths," and "Urban Shamans."  There are two epic poems: "The Mascot of Engine 18" at $31 and "A Thousand Pokes of Failure" at $33.

I will check this poem Thursday evening to see if there's a clear winner.  If so, I'll put up the second poll if needed; otherwise I may let this one run a little longer.

Poll #1664771 Generally Sponsored Poetry Poll for January 2011
This poll is closed.

Which combination of poetry would you most like to see published?

"The Mascot of Engine 18" and BOTH $10 poems
1(7.7%)
"The Mascot of Engine 18" and ONE $10 poem and BOTH $5 poems
2(15.4%)
"The Mascot of Engine 18" and ONE $15 poem and ONE $5 poem
5(38.5%)
"A Thousand Pokes of Failure" and ONE $15 poem
0(0.0%)
"A Thousand Pokes of Failure" and ONE $10 poem and ONE $5 poem
3(23.1%)
THREE $15 poems and ONE $5 poem
1(7.7%)
ONE $15 poem and BOTH $10 poems and BOTH $5 poems
1(7.7%)

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siege From: siege Date: January 6th, 2011 05:15 pm (UTC) (Link)
Wow. People apparently don't want to read about failure when they can read about a werewolf fire mascot. :)
ysabetwordsmith From: ysabetwordsmith Date: January 6th, 2011 08:37 pm (UTC) (Link)

Yes...

That breakdown is amusing.
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