Storyspace - the pioneering hypertext environment - enters a new era with Storyspace 3.
Storyspace is a tool for complex, interlinked narrative, both fiction and nonfiction. Twenty years ago, the original Storyspace ushered in the era of serious interactive writing with works like Michael Joyce's afternoon, a story ("a graceful and provocative work ... utterly essential to an understanding of this new art form" - Robert Coover, NY Times Book Review) and Shelley Jackson's Patchwork Girl ("A cult hit" - The Village Voice). Now, Storyspace is updated, extended, and reconceived using fresh technology and design.
Storyspace 3 works with existing Storyspace files and creates new Storyspace documents in a robust, state-of-the-art XML format. Legacy Storyspace work immediately takes advantage of Storyspace 3's outstanding new typography.
Storyspace 3 works seamlessly with Tinderbox, with which it shares files. Tinderbox is designed for making, visualizing, and analyzing notes, making it ideal for the early stages of ambitious projects. Storyspace is designed for writing and reading interlinked narrative; many writers will move freely between Tinderbox and Storyspace.