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Shade, and the future of interactive fiction on the App Store

0 How to write really, really short fiction | Daily Gazette

How to write really, really short fiction. By Cecilia Paasche February 12, 2013. Students participated in a microfiction workshop on Monday. Three editors from Hoot, a monthly literary magazine based in Philadelphia, led a microfiction
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Inkling aims to alter non-fiction market

Matt MacInnis, Inkling's founder and chief executive, said most fiction ebooks were “glorified text files”, compared with the more image-heavy books in the $15bn professional publishing and textbook market. “What we're doing isn't easy,” he said. “If
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Fiction or non-fiction? it's a matter of writing inside

Jerry Pinto's book, Em and the Big Hoom, has been making waves since its publication. Somewhere between a memoir and fiction, the book is at once moving, gripping, and honest, and Pinto's voice resonates with an ever increasing number of readers. Now
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Weird, obsessive and bizarre fiction earns West Michigan writer $5000 Unboxed …

W.P.-Osborn.jpg W.P. Osborn, a professor of English at Grand Valley State University, is the $5,000 winner of the first Unboxed Books Prize in Fiction. Courtesy Photo | GVSU. GRAND RAPIDS, MI – A Grand Valley State University professor has been
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Shade, and the future of interactive fiction on the App Store

Andrew "Zarf" Plotkin's acclaimed Shade is an interactive fiction game that sticks with you like a distant fever dream, or a particularly poignant nightmare. The way it subverted the confines of traditional setting within interactive fiction through
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