Gun-totin', Chronic-smokin' Hearse Initiator (ludickid) wrote,
Gun-totin', Chronic-smokin' Hearse Initiator
ludickid

Stupid mini-poll

A while ago, I wrote this story on my website. Once I've cleaned it up so that it makes more sense, I think it'll be a pretty decent story, in a creepy quasi-fairy-tale way, but it seems a bit flat as just text, and lately I've been thinking of "doing something" with it in another medium. The only thing is, I have no idea what "doing something" is, and I don't know anything about other media.

Poll #369063 We create, you decide

What should I do with "The Boy Who Was Death"?

You should turn it into some kind of performance or stage presentation.
1(6.2%)
You should film it.
0(0.0%)
You should make it into a comic or an illustrated text of some sort.
5(31.2%)
You should leave it as a story.
6(37.5%)
You should make it into a sculpture or an interpretive dance or something.
0(0.0%)
You should do nothing with it because it's not very good.
0(0.0%)
I have no opinion on this matter.
2(12.5%)
Little care I, because I don't read the Ludic Log and I never will.
1(6.2%)
Little care I, because I do read the Ludic Log, but I just don't give a fuck.
0(0.0%)
I don't know, but it appears that you are very fond of the name "Carter".
1(6.2%)
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