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  • Nicole Helget

    Questions & Authors: Hal Prize Fiction Judge Nicole Helget

    This summer, fiction writers who submit to the Peninsula Pulse’s 2016 Hal Prize will have the chance for their creative works to come before the eyes of multi-genre Minnesota writer Nicole Helget. Helget is the author of The Summer of Ordinary Ways, The Turtle Catcher, Stillwater, Horse Camp (co-authored), Wonder at the Edge of the […]

  • Wing Young Huie

    Questions & Artists: Hal Prize Judge Wing Young Huie

    When Wing Young Huie was a 20-year-old journalism student at the University of Minnesota, he bought his first camera. Like any budding photographer, he “didn’t even know how to think about photography.” So once he earned his journalism degree, he took a class. Under the watch of Bronx street photographer Garry Winogrand, best known for […]

  • Bill Brophy, Hal Grutzmacher

    Hal Prize Submission Workshop March 10 at UUF

    Organizers of the Peninsula Pulse’s annual Hal Prize literary and photography contest invite interested individuals to attend a Hal Prize Submission Workshop at Unitarian Universalist Fellowship on Thursday, March 10. The one-hour workshop will begin at 11 am at UUF, 10341 Water St. in Ephraim. Participants will be walked through the online submission process for […]

  • Bill Brophy, Hal Grutzmacher

    Introducing the 2016 Hal Prize Judges

    The Peninsula Pulse proudly introduces the judges for the 2016 Hal Prize, offering publication in our annual Literary Issue, cash awards and other prizes, a week stay at Write On, Door County, and a class at Peninsula School of Art.   Poetry Judge Oliver de la Paz is the author of four collections of poetry, […]