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“Create Your Own World!” is a motto of visionary artists. We all enjoy escaping into, and journeying within, fictional realms. Some aspire to create their own unique artistic worlds. 

Intended for all readers who love literature and film, and especially for writers, educators, narratologists, media scholars and practitioners, screenwriters, filmmakers, and videogame designers, the new set of books about narrative world-building points at new ways of navigating, exploring, and creating entrancing fictional universes.

Available in print and as a four-part Kindle set,  Fictional Worlds was also released on iTunes as an interactive, illustrated and expanded transmedia edition. The  Fictional Worlds  books are part of a new series Storytelling on Screen. 

A fictional universe is a self-consistent setting with events, and often other elements, that differ from the real world . It may also be called an imagined ...

Created worlds may resemble the actual world , but they can just as easily be deemed incomplete, precarious, or irrelevant. Why, then, does fiction continue to pull us ...

01.08.2011  · Some people dream of visiting India or Brazil -- other people have loftier, if not impossible, travel ambitions. With the summer travel season in hig...

Spatial awareness is a key to human existence (especially if you’re a GeoGeek). Therefore whenever I read a novel, play a game or watch a movie that takes place in a fictional world I need to look at the map to mentally comprehend it. Below you’ll find 10 maps of the most important fictional worlds you’ve ever crossed.

The Grand Theft Auto map is not real. It looks like a fake map of GTA 6 put on the internet as a prank. You can find all the real maps here: http://gta.wikia.com/wiki/Maps <3

Here’s just the city of Ankh-Morpork:
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“Create Your Own World!” is a motto of visionary artists. We all enjoy escaping into, and journeying within, fictional realms. Some aspire to create their own unique artistic worlds. 

Intended for all readers who love literature and film, and especially for writers, educators, narratologists, media scholars and practitioners, screenwriters, filmmakers, and videogame designers, the new set of books about narrative world-building points at new ways of navigating, exploring, and creating entrancing fictional universes.

Available in print and as a four-part Kindle set,  Fictional Worlds was also released on iTunes as an interactive, illustrated and expanded transmedia edition. The  Fictional Worlds  books are part of a new series Storytelling on Screen. 

A fictional universe is a self-consistent setting with events, and often other elements, that differ from the real world . It may also be called an imagined ...

Created worlds may resemble the actual world , but they can just as easily be deemed incomplete, precarious, or irrelevant. Why, then, does fiction continue to pull us ...

01.08.2011  · Some people dream of visiting India or Brazil -- other people have loftier, if not impossible, travel ambitions. With the summer travel season in hig...

“Create Your Own World!” is a motto of visionary artists. We all enjoy escaping into, and journeying within, fictional realms. Some aspire to create their own unique artistic worlds. 

Intended for all readers who love literature and film, and especially for writers, educators, narratologists, media scholars and practitioners, screenwriters, filmmakers, and videogame designers, the new set of books about narrative world-building points at new ways of navigating, exploring, and creating entrancing fictional universes.

Available in print and as a four-part Kindle set,  Fictional Worlds was also released on iTunes as an interactive, illustrated and expanded transmedia edition. The  Fictional Worlds  books are part of a new series Storytelling on Screen. 

A fictional universe is a self-consistent setting with events, and often other elements, that differ from the real world . It may also be called an imagined ...

Created worlds may resemble the actual world , but they can just as easily be deemed incomplete, precarious, or irrelevant. Why, then, does fiction continue to pull us ...

01.08.2011  · Some people dream of visiting India or Brazil -- other people have loftier, if not impossible, travel ambitions. With the summer travel season in hig...

Spatial awareness is a key to human existence (especially if you’re a GeoGeek). Therefore whenever I read a novel, play a game or watch a movie that takes place in a fictional world I need to look at the map to mentally comprehend it. Below you’ll find 10 maps of the most important fictional worlds you’ve ever crossed.

The Grand Theft Auto map is not real. It looks like a fake map of GTA 6 put on the internet as a prank. You can find all the real maps here: http://gta.wikia.com/wiki/Maps <3

Here’s just the city of Ankh-Morpork:
https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/originals/38/52/7d/38527d360e606905271e98bcce2cb8a5.jpg

Creators of fiction demand that we venture into alien spaces, into the worlds of Antigone, Don Quixote, Faust, Sherlock Holmes. Created worlds may resemble the actual world, but they can just as easily be deemed incomplete, precarious, or irrelevant. Why, then, does fiction continue to pull us in and, more interesting perhaps, how? In this beautiful book Thomas Pavel provides a poetics of the imaginary worlds of fiction, their properties and their reason for being.

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“Create Your Own World!” is a motto of visionary artists. We all enjoy escaping into, and journeying within, fictional realms. Some aspire to create their own unique artistic worlds. 

Intended for all readers who love literature and film, and especially for writers, educators, narratologists, media scholars and practitioners, screenwriters, filmmakers, and videogame designers, the new set of books about narrative world-building points at new ways of navigating, exploring, and creating entrancing fictional universes.

Available in print and as a four-part Kindle set,  Fictional Worlds was also released on iTunes as an interactive, illustrated and expanded transmedia edition. The  Fictional Worlds  books are part of a new series Storytelling on Screen. 




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