Strange but TRUE:   
a creative narrative construction flowchart developed by Susan Smith Nash

The most oddly compelling and possibly unsafe person I have ever known, met, or read about:

Building a Narrative is never easy -- it is often best to start with characterization, and then construct a scene or event...

A Few Scenes from His or Her Life:
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Reasons why I am intrigued by this person:

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The Colors,
Textures,
Contrasts, &
Shapes that come to mind when I think of this person.

The Be-Stranging Place:

This is where the combinations take place --

Combine descriptions with philosophical quotes. 

Combine reasons for being intrigued with colors, shapes, concrete objects  or events(Vegetables?  Cars?  Holidays?)

Philosophical thinkers & their words / major concepts:


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Where could this take place?


What does it look like? 


What do people say?