For my part I've read "Interactive Storytelling: Techniques for 21st
Century Fiction," which I felt was a good overview but didn't seem to
tell me anything I didn't already know, and "Hamlet on the Holodeck,"
a classic which is unbelievably celebrating its 10th anniversary.
"Twisty Little Passages" is excellent, but more about history and
analysis and hence not really what I'm talking about here-- I'm
looking for books about the craft of interactive storytelling, along
the lines of the "IF Theory" book but with a broader scope.
I had mixed feelings about Chris Crawford's book on Interactive
Storytelling, which I wrote up a bit here:
I've also read part of Marie-Laure Ryan's _Avatars of Story_, which I
thought fairly intriguing; Ryan does a good job of articulating what
she means by the idea of interactive narrative, and describing some of
the problems attached to it. Sometime I mean to read the rest and
review it also, but just haven't gotten to it yet.
I haven't read Glassner's book at all.
And then there's _Second Person_, which I just through sheer
coincidence posted about a moment ago.