We invite submissions of full papers describing completed or ongoing relevant research (6 pages plus 1 page of references); short papers (3 pages plus 1 page of references), demo proposals (1 page) and panel proposals (1 page) may be submitted (speakers in the panel proposal should be already confirmed upon submission).
Position papers are also welcome.

Relevant topics include, but are not limited to:

  • Artificial intelligence for story generation and storytelling
  • Computational understanding, analysis, and summarization of narratives, including natural language processing and computer vision
  • Applications of intelligent narrative technologies, including education and healthcare
  • Drama management for interactive narratives
  • Narrative discourse generation
  • Virtual cinematography for narratives
  • Virtual characters that converse, narrate, perform, and behave believably
  • Computable narrative models inspired by cognitive science, narratology, drama studies, and related disciplines
  • Narrative presence and engagement in virtual environments
  • Narrative-related affect and emotion
  • Narrative knowledge acquisition
  • Computational creativity in narrative systems
  • Authoring tools for intelligent narrative technologies, including collaborative authoring
  • Evaluation methods for intelligent narrative technologies
  • User studies and deployed intelligent narrative systems
  • Human-computer interaction with narrative technologies
  • Models and measures of engagement in interactive narrative
  • Interaction-oriented narrative annotation and narrative corpora

Submission instructions: submissions must be anonymized for double blind reviews. Submissions should be formatted in AAAI two-column, camera-ready style (use the AAAI Press Author Kit) and be submitted as PDF files via EasyChair. If you have questions, write to