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Jim Hale

Where: Juneau
Genre(s): literary nonfiction and essays
Job(s): Technical Writer for NOAA

Favorite Places in Alaska: Two favorite places: Saint Paul Island in the Pribilofs and Southeast Alaska.

Bio: Jim has taught early English literature at Rutgers University, Central Washington University, and UAS.

In 1995, Jim moved to Alaska to work as a writer for NOAA. He still teaches part-time at UAS and as a volunteer at the Lemon Creek Correctional Center. He also teaches professional writing workshops.

Jim has published essays on English Renaissance poetry. His most recent publication, "Lost in Ghent," speculates on the theology of 15th-century painting, the Ghent Altarpiece (Imaginatio et Ratio: A Journal on Theology and the Arts, Summer 2012).

Jim currently writes a bi-weekly column "On Writing" in the Juneau Empire.

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Please contact me for readings, classes, editorial services, workshops, lectures and manuscript consultations.
I work with young writers, university writers, and professional writers.

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Listing last updated: March, 2015

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