The new version of Filfre, a text adventure interpreter for Windows, now plays both z-code and Glulx games. Glulx games with graphics and sound should play just fine under Filfre, and the interpreter now supports game metadata and cover art.
The results of the H.P. Lovecraft Commonplace Book Project competition are in. Congratulations to Jon Ingold, whose text adventure Dead Cities took best in show among English entrants. The entrants included both point-and-click graphic adventures and text adventures, and all games are available from the website.
Mike Snyder has released the Hugo source code to Tales of the Traveling Swordsman, his 4th place entry in the 2006 IF Competition.
Nick Montfort interviewed David Cornelson about Textfyre, his new company that's working on commercial interactive fiction.
Francesco Cordella is again running the One Room Game Competition, the competition for games with only one location. Francesco hasn't set the deadlines for entry yet, so watch the competition page for more information.