The Girl in the Blue Feathered Hat, by JP Perrin
As told by an unseen chronicler, The Girl in the Blue Feathered Hat is a wistful narrative about time, reflection, and memory. It speaks to the indistinct transitory nature of the passage of time, the involuntary character of memory, and the clarity and confusion of reflection from a great distance of both, to extract the bittersweet from the life we have lived. Copyright is held by Jo Anna Perrin. Recorded with permission.
Jo Anna Perrin (JP Perrin) is a NY based actor, photographer and writer. She has appeared in film and television, as well as on stage in New York, Los Angeles, and regionally. Jo Anna has narrated numerous audio books for Major publishers, Small Independent press, and American and Foreign University publishers. Her voiceover experience includes commercial, documentary and ADR/film work. As a portrait photographer, her photos have appeared in magazines and newspapers, online and in print, including AudioFile Magazine, the Times, and the Wall Street Journal.
As a writer, her credits include published short stories and the creation of original TV programming for children and adults as well as interactive TV segments airing on Nickelodeon and HBO. Additionally, she is a freelance article writer, book reviewer, and script editor.
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