For an entry in the SDSU Electronic Literature Competition (and for the final of an English class), I wrote, made GIFs for, and coded a piece of electronic literature. It’s titled Driving Alone at Night, and follows the story of a recent college graduate who— you guessed it— is driving alone at night. It was my first go at making something substantial in Twine, and I’m pretty pleased with how it turned out.
Also, it was the winning entry in the competition! For more information on the competition and the SDSU Digital Humanities Initiative, here’s a link.
And here is the link to Driving Alone. Let me know what you think or if you have any logistical questions!