Building an Argument for Your Story

Think of what you want to say, then use the storyform to make your argument.

Every week on Subtxt, we get together in the Writers Room.

For one hour we discuss everything from relationships in narratives to mental relativity to effective strategies for writing strong solid stories. Everyone is welcome to attend and no question is too big or too small.

Today was exceptionally wonderful, particularly in light of my recent explorations into a process for Building an Argument for Your Story.

Every great story is about something. The Dramatica theory of story, and our service that supports the theory Subtxt, doesn't tell you what that something is--it tells you how to say that something.

And say it in the strongest and most effective way.

Here's an excerpt from today's Writers Room:

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