Drama in the Genres

Toy Story

Young Adult– Drama with acne and hormones

Historical–  Drama trying to teach you about the past

Fantasy–  Drama caused by a dragon or wizard

Science Fiction–  Drama . . . in . . . SPACE!

Thriller–  Drama with suspense

Horror–  Drama with blood and guts

Mystery–  Drama with shaky alibis

Cop Story–  Drama behind the badges

Memoir–  Drama that happened to me

Dystopia–  Drama in a depressing wasteland

Utopia–  Drama in an optimistic wasteland

Zombie–  Drama with optional brains

Vampires–  Drama that’s a pain in the neck . . . Yes, I went with a pun

Comedy–  Drama with laughter and flying pies

Tragedy–  Drama that never ends well

Western–  Drama on horseback

Paranormal–  Drama that goes bump in the night

Children– Drama for the wee ones

Speculative Fiction–  Drama under a wide umbrella

Non-Fiction–  Drama most of us can unfortunately relate to

Action Adventure–  Drama with adrenaline and explosions

Romance–  Drama with kissing and goo-goo eyes

Erotica–  Drama with . . . can humans really bend that way?

About Charles Yallowitz

Charles E. Yallowitz was born, raised, and educated in New York. Then he spent a few years in Florida, realized his fear of alligators, and moved back to the Empire State. When he isn't working hard on his epic fantasy stories, Charles can be found cooking or going on whatever adventure his son has planned for the day. 'Legends of Windemere' is his first series, but it certainly won't be his last.
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17 Responses to Drama in the Genres

  1. Tan M Butler says:

    Love the Zombie summary!


  2. “Drama with laughter and flying pies.” 😂😂😂


  3. Darlene says:

    This is great!! Love it. It’s all about the drama!


  4. L. Marie says:

    Great list! You made me laugh out loud with some of these, including the one for speculative fiction. Umbrella is right!


  5. This is a classic. LOL. 😀


  6. Great list! It’s spot on with all of them.


  7. Lol-brilliant list 😀


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  9. kieranmckiel says:

    Not literary genres, but I’ve got a couple:
    Kaiju – Drama, extra large.
    Superhero – Drama in spandex.
    Musical – Drama in C Major.

    Then you’ve got cookbooks, which actually offer a solution to drama. Or another source, depending on how good of a cook you are.


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