I have had these theories regarding fiction for some time now, sprawled throughout various works. I decided to finally solidify and encapsulate them. Originally, I was going to write out an informal essay, but decided that I'd rather depict the theories graphically and provide commentary of the key points. That way, I can receive some feedback from others before writing out anything of length. While I am not a professional writer as of yet, I believe that I am on to something important here. I'd like your impressions, so lay them on me. Your questions will go a long way in helping me figure out the best way to present the theories, so lay those on me too. Maybe someday I'll have enough time to expound on these theories, detail their implications, exhaustively cite examples, etc. Until then, this chart will have to do. You'll have to download it to see it properly, I'm afraid. There was a lot of info to get on there and even at Tabloid size the info is scrunched.
Note: These are the concepts that I infused into the McCloud Cheat Sheet, where McCloud's "Structure" is my "Story Crafting" and his "Craft" is my "Storytelling." Also, my "Degrees of Scale" are represented as "Scope" within McCloud's "Idiom."
Also note: These theories may already be out there somewhere. There are soooo many books on "The Art of Fiction," but I as far as I've seen, these theories are new. If you know of something similar, please let me know.
APRIL 15th UPDATE: Just made some minor revisions.