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A clever and complicated collection of poems in interactive form, April 14, 2020
This twine fiction has 4 poems presented in different ways.
One offers choices that don't seem to change the story, instead indicating how you personally feel about your choices.
Another uses some kind of randomization to present a series of tiny vignettes with random names. You can move backwards and forwards in time during the vignettes.
The third uses a grid of text, and you can reveal more or less of the grid.
The fourth is my favorite, with a physical space you can move through and some interaction.
The writing has evocative moments, but the choices of interactivity distance me from the text more than drawing me in. I felt more alienated than invested.
This reminds me of a lot of early works by people who are now well-known/professional IF authors, so I'd love to see where this author goes next.