Another narratological resource, this time a narratological centre from Finland with this Facebook page. NARRARE: https://www.facebook.com/narrarecentre/
Is drama narrative? A much-debated question, going back to the foundational treatise on both narratology and drama, Aristotle’s Poetics. Doubtless, narrative drama is narrative…. and given that many aspects of narrative are not inherently narrative , but representational, semiotic, textual…. or even dramatic! —one can keep a side glance on drama and theatricality while discussing narrative and narratology. Here is my blog (or Facebook journal) on drama, theatre, performance, theatricality, the dramatistic nature of the human life and mind, and why not, the narratology of drama:
Another narratology blog (also kept by José Angel García Landa, curator of the present blog):
Retrospection: Perspectives on Narrative Theory, Hindsight, Hindsight Bias, and the Dynamics of Narrativity:
Visitors welcome, both here and there.
A retropost on narratological blogs: https://vanityfea.blogspot.com.es/2017/11/retropost-1880-26-de-noviembre-de-2007.html
If you are a Facebook user, and interested in narratology, you may like or join or visit the group on Evolutionary Narratology. There is also a more eclectic page on (evolutionary) narratology, with several hundred links and posts; it’s also both in Spanish and English, here: Narratología Evolucionista / Evolutionary Narratology.
Let there be a blog, and a group, on narrative theory and narratology.
Welcome, and feel free to post news, items, or reflections on narrative, narrative theory, narratology, interdisciplinary approaches to narrative, narrativity, or narrative structure. In a wide enough definition, just about everything is related to narrative or narratology. Try not to make it THAT wide—but go ahead.