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It’s February! Here’s What’s Coming Over the Tubes.
2018-02-02 · by Stewart C Baker
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Well, folks, here we are in February already.
In January, we brought you “All Those Parties We Didn’t Cry At,” by Natalia Theodoridou. Haven’t played that yet? Go check it out! We’ll wait. Played it? We’d love to hear what you thought!
In February, we’re picking up the pace a little as we move to bring you more written content in addition to our regular line-up of stories and author interviews.
What’s that going to look like this month?
It’s going to look awesome.
Also on February 6th, we’ll be running our author interview with Gareth Damian Martin, author of this month’s game, “Salt.” Gareth will talk oceans, IF and games, and his latest project In Other Waters, which just happens to be launching on Kickstarter this month.
On February 13th, we’re thrilled to bring you the first post in a new monthly column by Bruno Dias. As befits new beginnings, Bruno will explore the idea of starting a new project—specifically, how to think about scope.
On February 20th, it’s our story of the month! “Salt” is an immersive, meditative journey through literal and metaphorical waters, with some atypical IF elements I’m excited to see reach a wider audience.
Finally, on February 27th, our inimitable editor PJ Anthony will host a round-table interview with some of the winners of the 2017 IFComp.
A lot going on for such a short month, hey?
BUT WAIT THERE’S MORE!
We’re also still looking for a few volunteers: an editor, a social media and outreach guru, and a fundraising wizard. Strike your fancy? E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line POSITION QUERY. We’ll be making our decisions on these positions by February 15th, so act fast if you’re interested!
And remember, if you’d like to support us, we offer subscriptions and there’s also a sub-Q Patreon. Starting in March, we hope to offer subscribers and patrons early access to our content, so there’s never been a better time to hop on board.
Thank you all for sticking with us, and we’ll see you on Tuesday!