My favorite part of the interview is reproduced below:
IDEAS: People ... are still creating 2600 cartridges?
MONTFORT: At this point, it's sort of more like zines as opposed to commercial book publishing. It's on a different scale.
IDEAS: Why would they, with all the modern systems available?
MONTFORT: Why does somebody write a sonnet? I think it's in part because they want to connect to the whole tradition of the sonnet that is different than writing a poem of a different form. They're interested in the sonnet because they're interested in what it is as a form.
(crossposted from bogost.com)