I would have posted this to the newsgroup, but these days, with the forum going strong -- well, I just don't know where to reach people anymore. :) There was an apparently large IF-gathering at PAX East 2010, which really sounded like the place to be for all IF-afficionados. Will something similar be going on this year? If so, I will seriously consider coming (although it would be contingent on whether I could combine it with another visit to the US, and with my teaching back home, and uh, on whether it is still possible to get tickets and stuff?).
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The Ghent-based literary magazine nY has published an article on interactive fiction by Michel Vuijlsteke: Tussen spel en literatuur. Over interacieve fictie ("Between game and literature. About interactive fiction"). It covers the history from Adventure to The Space under the Window and Galatea , without any nostalgia for the commercial era; and also points out some of the special features of the medium. It is, in fact, a very good article and definitely something you can point Dutch-speaking people to who would like to learn more about IF.