Text Adventures that Go Beyond One of these text adventures takes a new approach to the old experience, and another pushes the medium towards a limit that could suggest its future direction. 2019-03-11
Open the Pod Bay Doors: Conversational Interfaces in an Epistolary Literary Style A look at two hypertexts: one game and one visual novel, that tell their stories in a conversational way. 2019-02-06
Bandersnatch, Hypertext, and the State of Interactive Stories Interest in non-linear storytelling is rekindling. Two months ago, the Black Mirror studio released an interactive, non-linear movie called Bandersnatch on Netflix. The choices aren’t merely about what should happen next, but also about the mood, style, and even the meaning of the story that unfolds. 2018-11-21
Aleatory Writing Experiment An experiment, after Bernadette Mayer, to systematically eliminate the use of certain kinds of words or phrases from a piece of writing. 2012-02-23
The Death of Hypertext? Does anyone write literary hypertexts anymore? Are the existing tests future-proof? 2008-11-10
Algorithmic Avant-Garde 2004-11-30
Evaluating Hypertexts 2004-09-07
Ergodic Literature Its odd. there’s a way to mass-produce something like a toy castle, complete with catapult, court and cavelier–but they won’t make books in boxes.