By Wonderbox Publishing
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A rabbit warren of digital and speculative fiction. A (mostly) twice-monthly discussion from two writers and researchers of digital fiction (Lyle Skains & Jordan Glendenning), all about digital fiction. With some bonus nerdery thrown in.
||Clean1-08 In Search of Completionism||In this last episode of the season, we revisit some topics to explore them further, including: digital fiction museums, locative transmedia works, publishing digital fiction, walking sims, and the future. BONUS: Blooper reel! Show notes with links menti||16 7 2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean1-07 Publishing Digital Fiction||Why isn't digital fiction everywhere? Part of the reason we don't see it in stores is because it doesn't have an established publishing stream. We look at some of the publishing efforts in the history of digital fiction in this episode. Show notes with||3 7 2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean1-06 Putting the 'Cyber' in Writing||We finally get to talk about our favorite topic: writing digital fiction! What are the most frequent questions we get as digital writers? How is it different from prose writing? How is it the same? Since we're practice-based researchers in creative writ||11 6 2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean1-05 Transmedia Rabbit Holes||Digital media has the ability to both transcend and combine narrative forms: film, game, text, music, and more. As a result of the mutable quality of digital media and the networked capability of the internet, narratives now spill over multiple media, w||7 6 2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean1-04 Losing My Digital Fiction||Like all things digital, digital fiction is prone to obsolescence, and we're already losing key works. We chat about the evanescence of the medium, archiving digital fiction, and what we do as writers to make our works accessible for as long as possible||30 4 2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean1-03 Hypertext for the People||Hypertexts are one of the oldest and enduring forms of digital literature, dating from the 1st gen in 1987, to the explosion in indie games thanks to Twine. We chat about how hypertexts form the foundation of digital fiction, what role they play in cult||16 4 2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean1-02 Interactive Fiction & Text Adventure Games||Interactive fiction (better known as text adventure games) is the forerunner of narrative-based video games. In this episode, we discuss the origins of IF, its commercial heyday, and what contemporary IF has become. Show notes with links mentioned can b||2 4 2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean1-01 You Already Read Digital Fiction||The term "digital fiction" may not be familiar to you, but the works probably are. Electronic literature often goes viral; we enjoy it and pass it on without really thinking about what else is out there. But there's a lot else out there! We discuss DF y||19 3 2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanIntroduction to Wonderbox||What we're all about.||5 3 2018||Free||View in iTunes|