|Salon Article||1||Jürgen Fauth||over 5 years ago by Jürgen Fauth|
|Styling and Length of Hyperfiction||4||Susan Gibb||7 years ago by Susan Gibb|
|Literary Market for hyperfiction||13||Susan Gibb||7 years ago by Susan Gibb|
|Hyperfiction Lit Journal||8||Susan Gibb||over 7 years ago by Finnegan Flawnt|
|Hypertext Purpose||3||Susan Gibb||over 7 years ago by Finnegan Flawnt|
|Goranson on Narrative Structure||2||Mark Bernstein||over 7 years ago by Susan Gibb|
|Elements of Linking||5||Susan Gibb||over 7 years ago by Finnegan Flawnt|
|Stories||2||Susan Gibb||over 7 years ago by Finnegan Flawnt|
|Heart Suit and Coover Links||7||Mark Bernstein||over 7 years ago by Mark Bernstein|
|Introduction||2||Mark Bernstein||over 7 years ago by Susan Gibb|
You might be interested in this: http://entertainment.salon.com/2011/10/04/return_of_hypertext/
While many are introduced to hypertext fiction in contemporary lit or new media college courses, the general reading (and writing!) public seems to still be unaware or reluctant to explore this form of narrative.
In this age of electronic reading, hypertext--which is simply clicking on links to discover different paths within a story--is particularly well-suited to the medium.
If you have written in the hypertext format, are curious about it, or have some thoughts or questions about its emergence into mainstream reading, this is the place to be.