Photos from "My Avatar"

Some photos from the My Avatar performance at Town Hall in Seattle. Photos by the sponsor, Richard Hugo House.

Below you will see: Jennifer Finney Boylan with a remote mike; the Maldives playing live; the three writers: Vikram Chandra, Christa Bell, and Jenny B.; a nice one of my old friend Vikram (who also appeared as a character in my performance piece); and a great one of Christa Bell, the High Priestess of Cootchie.



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  1. By On to Atlanta! on September 14, 2009 at 7:37 am

    [...] commissioned by the Richard Hugo House in Seattle, where it was performed under the title of “My Avatar” with performance poet Krista Bell (The Queen of Cootchie) and novelist Vikram Chandra (Love and [...]

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