When you put up a “Jesus is _____.” billboard in the city of Seattle, late at night someone will arm themselves with a can of pink spray paint, climb through twenty feet of blackberry bushes and up forty feet above a train yard exposing themselves to a three block radius all to leave a message.
Our Kickstarter proposal has been accepted. We are currently working on a promotional video to lure donors/patrons into our creative little clutches. When our Kickstarter page is completed and running we will post a link for everyone to check out. It will be serving not only as a fundraising tool but as a subscription/pre-purchase platform.
We are stoked. We now return to reading the hundreds (yes, literally hundreds) of submissions we have been sent. If you have submitted and are still awaiting word from us, please understand that we are all working stiffs/students and have read so much in the last several weeks that our eyes are bleeding. We will be sending our responses out once we’ve waded through the pile a bit more.
To paraphrase the words of The Grouch: presentation is our A-R-T.
We are on Google+ streaming a session of us playing Zork. This is the map AF has constructed thus far on our journey… only he is able to decipher its mysteries. We will continue this wind down ritual regularly.
Interactive Fiction… the future is now… and it’s DOS based.
The Reprobate Crew is currently discussing hosting an evening at a favorite Seattle establishment where a communal game of Zork is played with patrons. We will post details when they are fully discussed.
After many heated arguments and a dash of reasonable discourse, the Reprobate Crew has put together our proposal and submitted it to Kickstarter.com. We now join the ranks of many of the writers and artists who have submitted their work to us, as now we are waiting to be evaluated.
If the project is successful it will clear the way for everything to go full steam ahead, launching the literary careers of some and damning others to a life of artistic obscurity.
We are all accustomed to climbing the ranks of adversity, and would not qualify as reprobates if we accepted “no” for an answer. So, if for some reason Kickstarter does not accept our proposal, we will press on and make this happen anyway.