...Furthermore, Lisa Ibias has been, for many years now, as able a concertmistress as an orchestra might hope to have. Jim Hale I would like to contribute two arts-related things I've enjoyed over the last year. The first is Mudrooms - great...
...But still, I love these old typewriters and the memories they awake. They remind me of a rhythm we have lost. ? Jim Hale can be contacted through his website at www.jimhalewriting.com
...any better than taking communion that morning with the congregation at Shepherd of the Valley. I was hungry and you fed me. I was thirsty and you gave me drink. ? Originally from New Jersey, Jim Hale has lived in Juneau for 18 years.
...we should always be ready to sacrifice it to what really matters: clarity, precision, and getting a good laugh.? Jim Hale can be contacted through his website at www.jimhalewriting.com.
...carefully shape what we cut-and-paste into a narrative that serves the needs of the work at hand and gives our readers more than just a pile of details on a computer screen.? Jim Hale can be contacted through www.jimhalewriting.com.
...Peter Parker's Uncle Ben: with greater freedom comes greater responsibility. And those are really big words.? Jim Hale teaches writing courses across Alaska and can be contacted through his website at www.jimhalewriting.com.
...together. And that is communication: using language to bring us together to find solutions whenever mistakes are made.? Jim Hale teaches writing workshops across Alaska and can be contacted atwww.jimhalewriting.com.
...appropriately? Readers relate to different kinds of writing differently. The way we relate to a newspaper column by Jim Hale (with enthusiasm; with expectation; with glee) is generally not the way we relate to a subpoena. (Okay, some people...
...more critically - and maybe even help analysts be a little more analytical the next time they start to deconstruct. ? Jim Hale teaches writing workshops across Alaska and can be contacted at www.jimhalewriting.com.
...cast in the winter blues and grays of a dark Scandinavian light. An Alaskan light. And I mused that maybe now, after 18 years here, I might have a chance to get to know Southeast Alaska.? Jim Hale has lived in Juneau for 18 years.
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