Gary Gill, grandson of the late Lorin Tarr Gill - a former Honolulu
Pen Women member, holds copies of the Honolulu Star Bulletin society
pages from the 1930s. His grandmother wrote for the paper and many
other publications as well.
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THE 2012 CONTEST WINNERS
Lorin Tarr Gill Writing Competition
Lorin Tarr Gill, born in 1889, was a newspaper reporter, a fiction writer, and later an editor and article writer for Bishop Museum.
She was an active member of the Honolulu Branch of NLAPW. After her death in 1979, her sons Lorin Tarr and Tom asked that donations to her memory be made to
fund a contest "to stimulate, encourage, and/or reward excellence in creative writing, and in all fields of literary endeavor."
This fund, which became the Lorin Tarr Gill Writing Competition, is administered by the Honolulu Pen Women Branch and
usually held in conjunction with the Biennial Writers' Conference.
The competition was open to all writers in the fields of Fiction,
Nonfiction & Poetry.
Cash awards were presented in the following categories:
First Place $125
Second Place $100
Third Place $75
Honorable Mention $25CLICK HERE FOR
THE 2014 CONTEST WINNERS