digital fiction

"[W]orks of fiction that [are] written for and read on a computer screen that pursues [their] verbal, discursive and/or conceptual complexity through the digital medium, and would lose something of [their] aesthetic and semiotic function if [they] were removed from that medium."
Definition taken from: Bell, Alice, Astrid Ensslin, David Ciccoricco, Hans Kristian Rustad, Jessica Laccetti, and Jessica Pressman. “A [S]Creed for Digital Fiction.” Electronic Book Review, 7 Mar. 2010,

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Title Author
Jason Nelson Digital Magic Show and Poetic Interfaces Jason Nelson
Running Out of Time: The Strategies of Ending in Digital Fictions Raine Koskimaa
Narrative, Affect and Materialist Aesthetics in Post-Digital Technotexts Eric Dean Rasmussen
Conditions of Presence: The Topology of Network Narratives David M. Meurer
Interview with Andy Campbell Andy Campbell
Shapeshifting texts: following the traces of narrative in digital fiction Daniela Côrtes Maduro
Immersion and Interactivity in Digital Fiction Daniela Côrtes Maduro Chris Joseph
Inanimate Alice, Episode 5: Hometown 2 Andy Campbell, Kate Pullinger, Chris Joseph
Time and Temporality in Digital Fictions Raine Koskimaa
El libro flotante de Caytran Dölphin Leonardo Valencia, Eugenio Tisselli
Beyond Binaries: Continuity and Change in Literary Experimentation in Response to Print and Digital Technologies. Johannah Rodgers
Písanie v interaktívnych médiách. Digitálna fikcia /Writing in the Interactive Media. Digital Fiction Zuzana Husárová
Process-Intensive Fiction Noah Wardrip-Fruin, Michael Mateas, Nick Montfort, Emily Short, Aaron A. Reed, D. Fox Harrell, Pat Redding
Focalization and Digital Fiction David Ciccoricco
Better Looking, Close Reading: How Online Fiction Builds Literary-Critical Skills John David Zuern
Interview with Andy Campbell: “Digital Fiction and Interactive Fiction” Fabio De Vivo
Post-Print Fiction (ENGH 400-002) Mark Sample
Underbelly Christine Wilks
Expressive Processing: Digital Fictions, Computer Games, and Software Studies Noah Wardrip-Fruin
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