Author Guest Post: Hannah Powell-Smith

April 24th, 2018 by

Hannah Powell-Smith‘s interactive work focuses on fraught relationships, unreliability, and unknowable entities. As well as publishing interactive short stories in sub-Q, and self-publishing at, they are developing a dark fantasy game with Choice of Games about a mob necromancer. They live in the UK with their wife and son. In this post, she talks […]


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Nine Moments in Fairyland by Hannah Powell Smith cover

Nine Moments In Fairyland

April 17th, 2018
Story by Hannah Powell-Smith

He wanted me to stay.
Bruno Dias

Making Interactive Fiction: Going beyond “test your stuff.”

April 10th, 2018 by

The most-often given advice to new IF writers, and writers in general, is “get feedback.” Okay, so you’ve taken your story from a concept to a draft. You’re ready to show it to folks; maybe you’re even pretty proud of what you’ve put together. You take it to beta readers… and then they give you […]


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April 2018 – Table of Contents

April 3rd, 2018 by

Perhaps it’s just my upbringing in England and current residence in Oregon, but I’ve always associated Spring with rain. Another thing that’s associated with Spring in some folklore traditions are certain types of fairy. In pre-Roman Spain, for instance, the Cantabrian people believed that on the night of the Spring Equinox, small female fairies called […]


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