The Battle for Authorial Control in Interactive Fiction

The hardest part might be the battle between the author’s intentions and the reader’s interactions.

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The first time I ever wrote interactive fiction (or IF for short), I wrote a short story set in the later Han era of Chinese history. It was written from the perspective of a young boy being rescued by a…

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Leigh Fisher, MS

Leigh Fisher, MS

Brooklyn-based writer and poet. Instructional designer in NYC. Drinks books. Loves coffee. (In that order.) Has an MS from NYU in Integrated Design & Media.