for previous writings on e-lit, you can check out the blog I kept while I was in university. (note: some info may be out of date! programs get updated, links go dead...you know the internet.)
I got my start writing interactive fiction in twine. it's a tool for telling interactive, non-linear stories – or any other kind of writing based around hyperlinks. some people use it to create choose-your-own-adventure stories, while others use it to create interactive poetry, or other text-based projects. if you're interested in text adventures, twine is a good place to start. simple to use, but lots of flexibility if you want to get more complex.
17776 by Jon Bois - the best way to experience this is to go in knowing nothing about it.
Fabricationist Dewitt Remakes the World by Jedediah Berry - my favourite IF work. I love the style and the story in equal measure.
Galatea by Emily Short - a conversation with a living statue. sometimes it goes well.
interesting, very interesting...
interactive media for self-care
Interactive fiction, and other interactive works, have the potential to be used as tools for self-reflection and self care. the benefits of the work may lie in its form, content, or both.
you feel like shit: an interactive self-care guide by Jace Harr – an interactive flow chart for those who struggle with self care