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* Host, [http://nickm.com/if/nyc/ IFNYC.] A reading and discussion group that met monthly in New York from November 1999 - June 2000.
 
* Host, [http://nickm.com/if/nyc/ IFNYC.] A reading and discussion group that met monthly in New York from November 1999 - June 2000.
 
* Co-organizer, [http://nickm.com/if/t1.html The Boston T1 Party: Electronic Literature in Performance.] A reading that took place at the Boston Public Library on 25 April 2001.
 
* Co-organizer, [http://nickm.com/if/t1.html The Boston T1 Party: Electronic Literature in Performance.] A reading that took place at the Boston Public Library on 25 April 2001.
* Organizer, [http://nickm.com/if/natc.html A Night at the Cybertexts.] A reading that took place during DAC 2001 at Brown University on 27 April 2001.
 
 
* Organizer, [http://nickm.com/if/di.html Digital Intercourse.] A reading of interactive fiction and hypertext fiction at the New School on 19 November 2001.
 
* Organizer, [http://nickm.com/if/di.html Digital Intercourse.] A reading of interactive fiction and hypertext fiction at the New School on 19 November 2001.
 
* Contributed a dream sequence to ''Narcolepsy'' (2003) by [[Adam Cadre]], along with [[Stephen Bond]], [[Liza Daly]], [[Jennifer Earl]], [[Stephen Granade]], [[Jon Ingold]], [[Paul O'Brian]], [[Andrew Plotkin]], [[Dan Shiovitz]], [[Emily Short]], [[Bridget Sweeney]], and [[J. Robinson Wheeler]].
 
* Contributed a dream sequence to ''Narcolepsy'' (2003) by [[Adam Cadre]], along with [[Stephen Bond]], [[Liza Daly]], [[Jennifer Earl]], [[Stephen Granade]], [[Jon Ingold]], [[Paul O'Brian]], [[Andrew Plotkin]], [[Dan Shiovitz]], [[Emily Short]], [[Bridget Sweeney]], and [[J. Robinson Wheeler]].

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Nick Montfort is an IF author and theorist. Nick's nickname on ifMUD is nm.

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