How to set up your own public reading of IF

A group of us in the Boston IF community (with Dan Fabulich from SF) put together a handy guide for people who may want to organize their own communal readings of interactive fiction.

The guide is designed for teachers and librarians to set up readings as public events or classroom activities.

Any feedback or comments are most welcome. If you use the guide, let us know!

Thanks for the document. I recently attended a most enjoyable Fabulich-facilitated reading of “Counterfeit Monkey.” As an educator, I’m always on the lookout for ways to incorporate IF into the classroom, so it’s all the better having you folks’ observations laid out like this.