Blorple is a new application for browsing through interactive fiction files, specifically games written in z-code and packaged as a zblorb. It in part mimics Zoom's game browsing capabilities, as the screenshot shows. It's written using Python and GTK, so is most readily used under Unix.
Řyvind Thorsby has released a new work of interactive fiction called Adventurer's Consumer Guide. Thorsby's announcement doesn't say much beyond it being a "large puzzle game", but Emily Short has recommended it for fans of light-hearted puzzle games.
Issue 50 of SPAC, the Spanish IF e-zine, has an interview with Daniel Celemín and a review of Orcs & Elves.
GNOME Inform 7, a port of the I7 IDE to the GNOME desktop, is now at release 0.3. This version updates the I7 core to version 4U65 and fixes a number of bugs.