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Peter DeHaan Wins Halo Magazine Writing Contest
Follower of Jesus shares his story and spiritual journey in Christian publication.
“I’m honored to have won first place in Halo Magazine’s annual writing contest,” said author Peter DeHaan. “I felt I submitted a solid piece, but I was concerned it might be too unconventional, as my journey isn’t the typical conversion story. Thankfully the editors saw merit in it and awarded me first place!”
Also in the issue is another of Peter’s articles, “Do Rituals Have a Place in Our Spiritual Growth?” “Having a second piece in this issue is an added bonus,” enthused DeHaan. “I knew it was accepted for publication, but didn’t know when they would use it. It was a complete surprise when I stumbled upon it in this issue.”
Peter DeHaan is no stranger to readers of Halo Magazine. His prior work includes a tribute poem, “An Ode to Peanut” in the January 2013 issue and a memoir piece “Serving God in My Community” in the October 2012 issue.
Marian Newman Braxton, the editor-in-chief of Halo magazine (http://www.halomag.com/
Last year, Peter DeHaan entered another contest and was selected as a finalist with his poem, “Why I Write,” for the literary publication Imagine This! An ArtPrize Anthology. The book was released September 2013.
For more information, go to Peter DeHaan's website (http://www.peterdehaan.com).
About Peter DeHaan
Peter DeHaan is a published author, president of Peter DeHaan Publishing Inc, and an active blogger. His main blog is “Spiritually Speaking.” He also blogs at “Byline” (about writing), and “From the Publisher's Desk” (covering book publishing). Many of Peter DeHaan's articles are available online at Article Weekly. Peter and his wife live in beautiful Southwest Michigan. They have two married children and recently met their first grandchild.