The latest Iowa Review Web issue out this July is “Reconfiguring Place and Space in New Media Writing.”

In it I interiew Nick Montfort on his interactive fiction work Book and Volume. In addition to discussing tropes and themes in the work we also talk about aspects of craft including goals, timed events, atmospheric descriptions, and orienting new readers to the genre.

The issue has a lot to offer readers with an interest in digital text art, and the framing introduction by Scott Rhettberg does a great job of providing diverse historical examples. In addition to my modest contribution, the issue also features three other interviews, all with figures who should be familiar to WRT readers:

If you haven’t read TIRW (including their back-catalog), check it out.

1 Response to “Iowa Review Web: Reconfiguring Place and Space in New Media Writing”

  1. 1 Christy Dena

    Congrats Jeremy. A very thoughtful, intelligent interrogation of the work.

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