Yes or No? : A Clockfire by David Long

David Long captures the spirit of my book Clockfire with his own impossible play:

 

Yes or No?

On the way to your seat you are given a pen and paper which reads “fill the dot for yes or no.” The curtain opens but there is nothing to see, just stuttering voices of many people saying “yes or no?” You can’t leave until you fill in a dot. If you choose no, you leave not knowing what just happened. If you choose yes then you become one of the voices for the next showing, and one of the voices becomes you and leaves.

 

David Long lives in Kelowna, BC. He has a degree in 3D Animation and is now enjoying his first year of Computer Science at Okanagan College. When he is not writing, you will find him sewing flight suits

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