Discussion related to the theory of Dramatica itself. This can include references to other popular "paradigms" or story gurus or anything else related to a better understanding of narrative.
This is where we apply theory to narrative and try to find the Dramatica <em>storyform</em> within films, novels and plays.
So what do we do with all this theory? How do we apply the groundbreaking concepts and understanding to our own stories? This is where we discuss putting theory to action.
Struggling with a bit of Dramatica theory? Find the answers you need to write better stories here.
This is the place to discuss this forum, its organization, how it works and how we can improve it. It's a bit odd at first to navigate around, but after you familiarize yourself with it, we're sure you'll love many of the features.
This would be the place to search and out find all your answers regarding the software application of Dramatica. Installation issues, printing out reports, copying and pasting from one box to another--all the technical mumbo-jumbo that has more to do with electronics than neurons goes in here.
This is where we get together to work on writing projects together. This includes collaboration, practical application of Dramatica's theoretical concepts, and group writing assignments or exercises.
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