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THE HAL PRIZE 2017

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FAMILY TRAIN THEMED RESTAURANT Timothy Walsh’s most recent poetry collections are When the World Was Rear-Wheel Drive and The Book of Arabella. His awards include the Grand Prize in the Atlanta Review International Poetry Competition, the Kurt Vonnegut Fiction Prize from North American Review, the New Jersey Poets Prize, and the Wisconsin Academy Fiction Prize. He is the author of a book of literary criticism, The Dark Matter of Words: Absence, Unknowing, and Emptiness in Literature (Southern Illinois University Press) and two other poetry chapbooks, Wild Apples (Parallel Press) and Blue Lace Colander (Marsh River Editions). Find more at: timothyawalsh.com.

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It would seem that ‘Bernstein’s Shostakovich’ dares to suggest that beauty is eternal. Through grim calculations that result in a dystopic future, the speaker hopes that we may yet survive this delicate dance by having learned to dance at all. Though it predicts a world that feels empty, the desolate landscape slowly fills across the poem until it ends where it began, in a resonating music hall. It is a song that, like the poem’s idea of civilization, has been recycled and copied over and over. It survives because it refuses to be silenced.

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Peninsula Pulse - 2017 Hal Prize - August 4-11, 2017 v23i31  

Each fall, the Peninsula Pulse newspaper in Door County, Wisconsin invites people of all ages, backgrounds and artistic abilities to submit...

Peninsula Pulse - 2017 Hal Prize - August 4-11, 2017 v23i31  

Each fall, the Peninsula Pulse newspaper in Door County, Wisconsin invites people of all ages, backgrounds and artistic abilities to submit...