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"10 Gaps for Digital Literature" - Serge Bouchardon #ELO18 Keynote
A birds-eye view of the state of the field, plus a good assortment of links to digital literature old and new.
links  syllabus  DIG220  elit 
august 2018 by samplereality
ink - inkle's narrative scripting language
The powerful scripting language behind Heaven's Vault, 80 Days and Sorcery!

nkle was founded in 2011 by two Cambridge game developers with a passion for storytelling and beautiful design.
game  interactive  elit  netnarr 
may 2018 by cogdog
Interactive Fiction and Twine at Computers & Writing – ProfHacker - Blogs - The Chronicle of Higher Education
This type of gathering of interactive fiction enthusiasts and scholars always draws my attention to new tools. While I try to highlight useful resources regularly here in my Games in the Classroom series, there’s always more to discover, particularly from the open source community. Here are a few that we shared and discussed during the conference that might be useful if you’re thinking about building interactive fiction assignments into a course for next year:
elit  netnarr 
may 2018 by cogdog
Today and I are talking about "Metagaming the D̶i̶g̶i̶t̶a̶l̶ Humanities" for at…
berkelit  elit  from twitter_favs
april 2018 by carlinwing
Electronic Literature | edX
mark sample - course archived but materials are still online
january 2018 by robincamille
The Only Good Thing About Winter Is This Story Written in Snow
he east coast of the U.S. recently had its first major snow of the winter, which sucks in almost every conceivable way but one. The silver lining: the continuation of author Shelley Jackson’s story written in snow, which was started back in 2014 and, four years later, is still only a few sentences long. (This might be a wildly different story if we were in Iceland, but Jackson lives in New York, a city with an average snowfall of 25 inches per year and falling, and the story is written one or maybe two words at a time.)
elit  netnarr  Storytelling 
january 2018 by cogdog
introduction to electronic literature
danny's syllabus, lots of very good links
elit  text  poetry  poetics  rwet 
january 2018 by aparrish
Harmonia: An interactive utopian tale
Harmonia is an interactive short story by Liza Daly entered into the 2017 Interactive Fiction Competition.
elit  netnarr  web2storytelling  annotation 
november 2017 by cogdog
Electronic Literature – DIG 220 (Fall 2017) Davidson College, Mark Sample
Love letters written by a computer. A poem thirteen billion stanzas long. A love story between printed pages and a computer screen, played out in the space between the two. An ocean buoy tweeting mash-ups of Moby Dick. Welcome to the weird world of electronic literature—digitally born poetic, narrative, and aesthetic works read on computers, tablets, and phones. Experimental, evocative, and sometimes simply puzzling, electronic literature challenges our assumptions about reading, writing, authorship, and meaning. Yet e-lit, as it is often called, has also profoundly influenced mainstream culture. Literature, film, comics, apps, and video games have all learned lessons from electronic literature. This course will trace the rise of electronic literature and explore both historical and contemporary works of e-lit. Along the way we’ll explore the expressive power of new media—the way digital media enables and shapes different modes of creative and cultural expression.
elit  resnetsem 
september 2017 by cogdog

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