Beckett Bingo

Why Beckett? Why Bingo? Because such is life. Because THE BASTARD! HE DOESN’T EXIST! Because habit is a great deadener. Because if I had the use of my body, I would throw it out the window. Because in the language of extinction, precision is next to godliness. Because we wait — we are bored. Because there is nothing to be done. Because we have time to grow old. Because you can play and lose and have done with losing.

Let’s go. Yes, let’s go. (They do not move.)

 

Beckett Bingo 

 

Beckett Bingo

 

Beckett Bingo

 

Beckett Bingo

 

Beckett Bingo

 

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Beckett Bingo

 

Beckett Bingo

 

Beckett Bingo

 

Beckett Bingo

 

Beckett Bingo

 

Beckett Bingo

 


 

Steven D Stark is the author of several books of non-fiction and his fiction and poetry have recently been published in Frigg, 3 am, Litn’Image, Mudlark, McSweeney’s, The Cafe Review, HOOT, Otoliths, OccuPoetry, Eclectica, Mobius, fleeting, and, among others, Clapboard House, where he won the short story prize.

 


 

 

David Olimpio
David Olimpio grew up in Texas, but currently lives and writes in Northern New Jersey. He believes that we create ourselves through the stories we tell, and that is what he aims to do every day. Usually, you can find him driving his pick-up around the Garden State with one of his dogs in the passenger seat and the other on the floor behind him. You can find more about him on his web site davidolimpio.com, including links to his writing and photography. Also he tweets every day about a broad range of topics, from the ontological meaning of dog poop bags to the erotic potential of red velvet cake.

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