Author Interview: Bruno Dias

September 17th, 2015 by

Bruno Dias is the São Paulo-based author of “Mere Anarchy”, “When the Land Goes Under the Water,” and most recently this week’s story, “Prospero.” He can be found on Twitter. This interview was conducted by instant message on September 8, 2015.     Tory Hoke: How did you first get involved with IF? Bruno Dias: I’ve been reading IF […]

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Behind the Scenes Prospero sub-Q Bruno Dias

Behind the Scenes: Prospero

September 17th, 2015 by

“Prospero”, which sub-Q published earlier this week, was written using a relatively new tool called Raconteur. Raconteur is a library of tools that wraps and extends Undum, an engine for writing choice-based and cybertext interactive fiction using plain JavaScript. Raconteur supplies a toolchain and CoffeeScript-targeted API for Undum, which is meant to hugely accelerate the process […]

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