Elizabeth Barrette (ysabetwordsmith) wrote,
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Poll: General Fund for March 3, 2015 Poetry Fishbowl

This is the general fund poll for the March 3, 2015 Poetry Fishbowl.  The general fund currently holds $22.  Everyone is eligible to vote in this poll.  I will keep it open until at least Saturday night.  If there's a clear answer then, I'll close it.  Otherwise I may leave it open a little longer. 

These are your options ...

There is one $10 poem left, "Scarier Things."  Sponsoring this would leave $12 for epic poetry.  There are two $20 poems left, "Lay First the Foundation" and "The Cutting Edge."  Sponsoring one of these would leave $2 for epic poetry.

There are two open epics.  "Often Buried Deep" needs $95 to be funded fully; it follows Astin around a loop of trading stops.  "Settled" needs $121 to be funded fully; this is the morning-after poem about the SPOON mishap with Danso.  You could put all $22 into either of these, or split it evenly between the two.

In answering the poll, first decide how you want to distribute the money: into a shorter poem with a little left over for epics, or all into epics.  Then answer the followup questions for more specific selections.

Poll #2003566 General Fund for March 3, 2015 Poetry Fishbowl
This poll is closed.

How would you like to distribute the $22?

Buy "Scarier Things" AND put $12 into epic poetry
Buy ONE $20 poem AND put $2 into epic poetry
ALL $22 into epic poetry

If a $20 poem gets sponsored, which should it be?

"The Cutting Edge"
"Lay First the Foundation"

If there is leftover money after buying a shorter poem, which epic should get what's left?

"Often Buried Deep"

If all $22 goes into epic poetry, how do you want to direct it?

ALL $22 into "Often Buried Deep"
ALL $22 into "Settled"
$11 into "Often Buried Deep" AND $11 into "Settled"
Tags: cyberfunded creativity, fishbowl, poetry, poll, reading, writing

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