NarraScope call for proposals is open for one more week!

A quick note that we're still looking for talks for NarraScope 2023! Anything to do with narrative games and interactive fiction. Discussions, analysis, storytelling technology, connections to other storytelling communities – whatever you've got, we want to hear about it.

The submission deadline is the 20th; this is your final-week reminder …

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Statement on COVID-19

Like everyone else on the planet, we're paying close attention to the spread of COVID-19 (aka SARS-CoV-2 or the "novel coronavirus").

UPDATE: As of March 12, NarraScope is an online-only conference. See this post.

(Original post below. The following information has been superseded.)

As of March 7, NarraScope is still …

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So you heard about GDC

On Friday evening, GDC announced that their conference is "postponed". They'll try to do an event later in the summer, but everyone's plans for SF in two weeks are drifting smoke right now.

This is a tremendous disruption and disappointment for everybody involved -- attendees, indie devs, speakers, event volunteers, corporate …

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NarraScope 2019: complete

We threw a wing-ding, all right!

NarraScope 2019 came out better than we could have dreamed. No, strike that: NarraScope was exactly the conference I dreamed of. But you don't expect your dreams to work out perfectly.

This weekend, mine did. I'm still floating.

I have many thank-yous. Thanks to …

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A quick note on why we're running NarraScope

Because I miss you all and want to see you.

Maybe that's not the whole reason. (Maybe it's just 27.5% of the reason.)

I've spent a lot of years in what I used to call "the interactive fiction community". It was never the only such community. A lot of …

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