Elizabeth Barrette (ysabetwordsmith) wrote,
Elizabeth Barrette
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Poll: Open Epics

I got a donation of $20 earmarked for open epics.  Everyone is eligible to vote in this poll.  I'll leave it open until at least Saturday afternoon.  If there's a clear answer then, I'll close it.  Otherwise I may leave it open longer.


There are currently three open epics.  You can put all $20 into one, half into two, or split it roughly into thirds.  First decide how you want to distribute the funds, then decide which poem(s) to extend.

"These Tiny Little Steps" belongs to Frankenstein's Family, wherein Victor makes a terrible patient.  It needs $104.75 to be fully funded.  $6 would reveal three new verses, $10 would reveal five, and $20 would reveal eleven.

"Never Laid Open" belongs to Polychrome Heroics, in which Shiv struggles to adapt to prison.  It needs $201.50 to be fully funded.  $6 would reveal three new verses, $10 would reveal five, and $20 would reveal nine.

"The Injury That Provokes It" belongs to Polychrome Heroics, with Andy in the hospital after accidentally shooting himself.  It needs $62.50 to be fully funded.  $7 would reveal three new verses, $10 would reveal four, and $20 would reveal eight.

Poll #2017766 Open Epics for July 2015
This poll is closed.

How would you like to distribute the $20?

ALL $20 into one poem
8(57.1%)
Split it in half for two poems
3(21.4%)
Divide it across all three poems
3(21.4%)

If all $20 goes into ONE poem, which should it be?

"These Tiny Little Steps"
5(38.5%)
"Never Laid Open"
1(7.7%)
"The Injury That Provokes It"
7(53.8%)

If $10 goes into each of two poems, which pair do you want?

"These Tiny Little Steps" and "Never Laid Open"
7(53.8%)
"Never Laid Open" and "The Injury That Provokes It"
2(15.4%)
"The Injury That Provokes It" and "These Tiny Little Steps"
4(30.8%)





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