From the introduction:
I’m aiming at short-form play, in which ending the session at the right moment is both voluntary and part of the point. It’s the role-playing equivalent of mini-comics just a few panels or pages long and variably linked together as longer stories only when and if it seems viable at the time.
Earliest playtesting should be “for love,” meaning, to discover whether the vision of the game and basics of play are actually as fun as we hope. I think it’s really important in this case for everyone to have read the whole text. It might also be a good idea for the organizer of the social get-together for play not to be the same person who’s acting as primary rules-presenter. I especially ask that we merely play and save discussion for later, and also that this text be treated only as a playtesting draft and not subjected to writing critique.