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Elm Narrative Enable - A tool for telling interactive stories
Instead of building up narrative "branches," you define rules that govern how your story world changes as the player interacts with your story world.
hypertext  interactive-fiction 
18 days ago
inklewriter
we’ve created inklewriter, to help writers tell interactive tales with the minimum of fuss. inklewriter keeps your branching story organised, so you can concentrate on what’s important – the writing.

inklewriter is a free tool designed to allow anyone to write and publish interactive stories. It’s perfect for writers who want to try out interactivity, but also for teachers and students looking to mix computer skills and creative writing.
hypertext  interactive-fiction  writingtech 
18 days ago
Ficdown
Ficdown is a set of standards using the Markdown formatting syntax that can be used to create choice-based interactive fiction. Formatting of text is done using standard Markdown, with a few Markdown elements taking on additional story-defining properties
interactive-fiction  hypertext 
18 days ago
Interactive Fiction comes to the Kindle - Dusk World
Dusk World is an interactive story for Kindle devices that combines interactivity with a graphic novel. The story takes place in Dusk City and combines crime, mystery, superhero and classic noir elements to create a vivid landscape full of colorful characters for you to interact with. The choices you make as Agent Patriot will lead you down different paths that determine the fate of both Dusk City and the world, not to mention Agent Patriot himself.
hypertext  interactive-fiction 
18 days ago
A Beginner's Guide to Playing Interactive Fiction
This site is a quick start guide, designed to help people who want to try interactive fiction, or as it is also called, text adventures.
hypertext  interactive-fiction 
19 days ago
Gargoyle : Interactive Fiction Player
Gargoyle is an IF player that supports all the major interactive fiction formats.

Most interactive fiction is distributed as portable game files. These portable game files come in many formats. In the past, you used to have to download a separate player (interpreter) for each format of IF you wanted to play.

Gargoyle is based on the standard interpreters for the formats it supports. Gargoyle is free software released under the terms of the GNU General Public License.
hypertext  interactive-fiction  games 
19 days ago
Grotesque
Grotesque is a utility that helps you manage your collection of interactive fiction, or text adventures. It collects bibliographic and other information from story files and presents a convenient interface to build and organize a catalog of your games.
hypertext  interactive-fiction 
19 days ago
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Tomorrow night, 8PM at the it's the Late Show, featuring Dave K.'s new book The Bong-Ripping Brides of…
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26 days ago
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Brave New Word: autumn special 2017
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26 days ago
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RT : download a PDF of 's A PHYSICAL BOOK, a 251-page novel where properties like gravity, friction, and velocity…
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26 days ago
The Infinity’s Kitchen Late Show is a quarterly... - INFINITY'S KITCHEN
📷 The Infinity’s Kitchen Late Show is a quarterly literary reading featuring the work of new and...
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26 days ago
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RT : wow! download a PDF of every issue of hansjorg mayer's beautiful concrete magazine FUTURA (1965-1968):…
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8 weeks ago
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RT : Wassily Kandinsky Syncs His Abstract Art to Mussorgsky’s Music in a Historic Bauhaus Theatre Production (1928)…
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10 weeks ago
Ginosko Literary Journal - Stories and Poetry
RT : ACCEPTING SUBMISSIONS the recognition of truth from experience
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10 weeks ago
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RT : ACCEPTING SUBMISSIONS the recognition of truth from experience
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10 weeks ago
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Tonight! "Telepathic Improvisation" by Boudry / Lorenz 7PM
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Great Project: A collection of broadsides of contemporary Puerto Rican poets. 100% of sales donated to assist in Hu…
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10 weeks ago
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It's here in the UK! Celebrate with one of our strangest poems, Jubilate Agno by C. Smart:…
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10 weeks ago
Submissions - THE WILD WORD
We accept all genres.  However, please make sure your submission is somehow relevant to the theme of the month.
venues 
august 2017
Baltimore Review
readers needed in all genres
venues 
august 2017
Participate/Vend | PHILA•LALIA | filǝ'lālēǝ |
If you’re a micro or small press, an art or literary magazine or journal, a print maker, zine maker, book artist, or poetry comic artist, we’d love to have you vend at PHILALALIA 2017!
venues 
august 2017
Jellyfish Review
Every week, we will publish two new stories of 1,000 words or less. Although there are no hard and fast rules about what we will publish, we do have a soft spot for beautiful things with stings.
venues 
august 2017
About Lit.cat: The Literary Thingamabob of Jaron Saturnino
Lit.cat is a monthly online literary journal managed and edited by Rachel Cruea and Seth Canner. Each issue contains a 🔥 selection of fiction, creative non-fiction, poetry, creative non-poetry, and visual art.
venues 
august 2017
When Video Games Were Playable Stories
RT : In the point-and-click adventures of the ’90s, developers nearly found a golden ratio of gameplay to storytelling
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june 2017
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RT : Really excited to be a part of 's An Internet project! You can get your own copy here:…
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june 2017
AMAZING CUPCAKE IS AMAZING!  look at all the... - INFINITY'S KITCHEN
📷 AMAZING CUPCAKE IS AMAZING!  look at all the splendor of this cupcake. seriously, behold the majesty.
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may 2017
Infinity’s Kitchen Is Accepting Submissions For... - INFINITY'S KITCHEN
Infinity’s Kitchen Is Accepting Submissions For Innovative Fiction, Poetry, Essays, Interviews, Imagery,...
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april 2017
How feedly Changed My Career as an Art Curator
“With so much digital media content at one’s fingertips at all times, how does a creative individual discover the latest trends amongst all the noise out there?”
march 2017
Wards Against the Day
the first kind of melancholy, melencolia imaginativa, belong to that of creativity, where imagination predominates over reason and rationality
march 2017
how digital memory shapes the future
the Internet is not a stable archive like a library.
hypertext 
march 2017
DOOMguy Knows How You Feel
So what is the name of the protagonist of the DOOM video game, anyway?
games 
march 2017
Under the Spell of James Baldwin
I Am Not Your Negro
a documentary film directed by Raoul Peck
march 2017
The Aesthetics of the Alt-Right
This article includes an in-depth inquiry into the online activities of political groups for which misogyny, racism, and anti-semitism become defining features; as such, images and mentions of those topics are found in the text.
aesthetics  culture  politics 
february 2017
What if Trump Really Does End Money for the Arts?
Here is a tour of the debate that reignited this month when The Hill newspaper reported that the Trump administration was considering eliminating the art and humanities agencies and defunding the nonprofit public broadcasting corporation as part of a wider program of federal budget cuts.
february 2017
80s covers of contemporary pop songs
RT : These synth-heavy 80s covers of contemporary pop songs (by Bieber, Perry, Gotye) are kind of amazing
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january 2017
"Out-of-Touch, In Touch, To Touch: The Role of Sense-Based Poetry in the Digital Era" by Charlotte Pence - North American Review
“Out-Of-Touch, In Touch, To Touch: The Role Of Sense-Based Poetry In The Digital Era” By Charlotte Pence
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january 2017
Need a Final Draft Alternative for Linux? Try These Screenwriting Apps
Are you a writer whose computer runs Linux?
Try These Screenwriting Apps
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december 2016
It's Nice That | Google and Monotype launch Noto, an open-source typeface family for all the world’s languages
RT : ❦ Google & Monotype launch Noto, an open-source typeface family for all the world’s languages, living and dead!
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december 2016
An interview with literary critic Daniel Green about his new book, Beyond the Blurb – Biblioklept
An interview with literary critic Daniel Green about his new book, "Beyond the Blurb"
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december 2016
Peter Murphy - Cuts You Up - YouTube
"No sound to break no moment clear
When all the doubts are crystal clear
Crashing hard into the secret wind"
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december 2016
How AI is revolutionising the role of the literary critic
Artificial intelligence sheds new light on classic texts. Literary theorists who don’t embrace it face obsolescence.
december 2016
Litblog Roundup » Real Pants
"Now is the time to call things what they actually are, because language can illuminate truth as much as it can...
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december 2016
No Categories — Whenever I finish a work, I always feel lost, as...
“Whenever I finish a work, I always feel lost, as though a steady
anchor has been taken away...”
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december 2016
Facebook's fake news problem can be solved through design—just look at Twitter and Nextdoor
Clicks equal advertising revenue, people share what reinforces their beliefs, and the next suggested news item is what’s popular or trending, not what’s verified or newsworthy. It was only a matter of time before fiction-minded folks figured this out, and so far, there’s little to convince them to stop.
december 2016
Mellow Mix 2 by TVNGVSKA on #SoundCloud
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SoundCloud 
december 2016
Death of the hatchet job
Book reviewing used to be a blood sport. How has it become so benign and polite?
books 
november 2016
The Lost Virtue of Cursive
Bards thought writing would destroy our memories; scribes loathed the printing press. Now handwriting enthusiasts have taken up this tradition of snobbery
writing 
november 2016
Anne Carson talks about her new collection, Float, her love of volcanoes and the power of brevity
Float is a transparent slipcase containing 22 chapbooks to be read on “shuffle”. They were mostly originally performance pieces – composed and performed individually and often with other people – so the collection is just that, a collection, not an organic whole, not intended to be read in any particular order, not designed to flow from beginning to end visually and conceptually (as previous books were). I like some part of all of the pieces and all of some of them.
hypertext 
november 2016
Interview with Dylan Kinnett - Zouch - Zouch
I've been interviewed for about my writing a piece in Zouch Magazine.
WritersLife  from twitter
november 2016
The Master List of Bill Murray
he’s an everyman, a goofball, a star who has built his deadpan comedic legend on his own terms. Despite the classic titles in his canon, he famously doesn’t have an agent or manager, and has missed out on some great roles over the years by missing offers left on his answering machine. A true renegade, the Chicago native’s 40-year career has been a storied journey, from blockbuster comedy star to has-been to indie darling to living legend.
november 2016
On Smarm
Over time, it has become clear that anti-negativity is a worldview of its own, a particular mode of thinking and argument, no matter how evasively or vapidly it chooses to express itself. For a guiding principle of 21st century literary criticism, BuzzFeed's Fitzgerald turned to the moral and intellectual teachings of Walt Disney, in the movie Bambi: "If you can't say something nice, don't say nothing at all."
criticism 
november 2016
How a medieval mystic was the first creator of fanfiction
Literary criticism taught me to scrub my feelings out of my reading, but a medieval mystic showed me how to put them back in
reading 
november 2016
Leonard Cohen: Democracy - YouTube
I'm junk but I'm still holding up this little wild bouquet.
from twitter
november 2016
Principles of Journalism - American Press Association
the principles of journalism are propaganda, themselves, but see what you think, yourself
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november 2016
271 Years Before Pantone, an Artist Mixed and Described Every Color Imaginable in an 800-Page Book
Spanning nearly 800 completely handwritten (and painted) pages, Traité des couleurs servant à la peinture à l’eau, was probably the most comprehensive guide to paint and color of its time.
books 
november 2016
If Walt Whitman Vlogged
What does it mean to be an Internet poet?
writing  poetry  alt-lit 
november 2016
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