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The topic of story has been important to me for as long as I can remember. I know it was instilled in me by my mother, in the way she faithfully read story books and bible stories to us three siblings as we were growing up in Williston, Tennessee. It was surely passed on to me by my father, who was as studious and careful a genealogist as they come. In school, Lois Lorenz and other dedicated teachers led us to work hard in, and at the same time come to love literature of all types. No doubt, growing up in the 70s and 80s culture, film and television played an enormous role in shaping my concept of story. Not to begin to mention the art of storytelling, which everyone partakes of on a daily basis, as we communicate to one another in our various means the details and anecdotes that compose the stories of our lives. My vision is to embark on and offer another way to build, create, and tell our stories. It is a comprehensive storytelling that involves visualization at the essence, in the f