Uprooted

I wrote about how an extroverted character in my graphic novel becomes an introvert. That character is Beverly. Of all the transformations these characters go through, I find Beverly’s transformation arresting–perhaps more beautiful than watching June come out of her shell. I asked my artist, Juan, to draw an image of Beverly uprooting a flower and being moved to tears.

I find his illustration exquisite and touching when juxtaposed with the story. Out of context, it’s kind of hysterical in a Roy Lichtenstein way!

Beverly
Beverly Enright, ambiverting in Ji Strangeway’s RED AS BLUE, a graphic novel.

Below is a TED talk by Susan Cain, who is educating the world about introverts and how they work. Here’s to helping the world find balance, sanity, and guiltless introspection!

We Shall,
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Ji Strangeway is a filmmaker, writer, and poet specializing in female-centric LGBTQ. She is also a fierce blogger aiming for a new level of indigoness and bad assery. Find out more: www.jistrangeway.com | Follow FB: jistrangeway.official  #jistrangeway

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Ji Strangeway

Ji Strangeway

Executant of the Ineffable

The Three Gates of Speech stipulates that you ask these questions before putting your foot in your mouth: Is it True? Is it Necessary? Is it Kind? Since this doesn't fit the purpose for every occassion, the criteria for my path is: Is it True? Is it Necessary? Is it Indigo?

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