Twitter Plays, part CCVI
It’s Twitter Plays CCVI! This week’s assignment was: write a 1-tweet play that takes place in a NEWSROOM.
Here are your plays starting with @Jeremy_Gable who should have been chosen by DC over Orson Scott Card.
(Lights up on Daily Planet. A sign reads “Casual Friday”. SUPERMAN enters, sits at desk, starts working. Everyone freaks out. Bows) #tp206— Jeremy Gable (@Jeremy_Gable) April 2, 2013
Editor: Press time. Need your copy. Op-Ed: It’s not true yet, give me an hour. E: Why? You think anyone’s gonna read it? O: … Here. #tp206— Sam Swift Shuker (@s_swift_shuker) April 2, 2013
Rosco smoke fills newsroom as smoking writers in large thick glasses & wide colorful ties pound typewriters.Enter BOSS.”Copy!”FIN#tp206— Dan D. (@fakewindow) April 2, 2013
A: So we’ve decided to downsize the entire newsroom & only use wire stories because nothing interesting happens in this city anyway. #tp206— Heather Morrow (@theatrejunkiehm) April 2, 2013
MAN: Big enough for the kids’ room?WOMAN: So many little cubbies for them!REALTOR: In olden times this was a newsroom.M&W: A what?#tp206— Chris Barlow (@iamchrisbarlow) April 3, 2013
[NEWSROOM IN THE AGE OF INTERNET] *long silence* Reporter: Did you read the story about the…? Other Reporter: Yup. *more silence* #tp206— Catherine B Smith (@catherineblakes) April 3, 2013