The term “digital fiction” may not be familiar to you, but the works probably are. “3rd generation” electronic literature often goes viral on social media; we enjoy it and pass it on without really thinking about what else is out there. But there’s a lot else out there! In this episode, we discuss DF you may have already seen, and some you might want to look up.
Links mentioned in this episode:
- Normal Deviation anthology
- Leonardo Flores’ University of Bergen talk on 3rd Generation Electronic Literature
- Texting Stories: the app and the cat tale we chat about
- Kate Pullinger’s mobile story Breathe
- Oolipo mobile stories app
- Arcadia app by Iain Pears
- All the Delicate Duplicates by Mez Breeze & Dreaming Methods
- Jon Bois’ 17776: What Football Will Look Like in the Future
- Read Wonderbox’s Review here.
- John Branch’s 2012 Pulitzer Prize-winning New York Times article “Snow Fall“
- Opening Up Digital Fiction Writing Competition (it’s closed, but bookmark for next year!)
- Pokemon Go
- Wonderbox’s Resources for Reading & Writing Digital Fiction
This episode’s “Pick a Card” topic:
Produced by Lyle Skains & Jordan Glendenning. Music from Kurt James Werner.