Hawaii Writers Guild issues new publications

The Hawaii Writers Guild is celebrating spring with the release of two major publications.

The 2022 edition of Latitudes, the Guild’s annual online literary review and the Spring 2022 issue of Member News have been published online and are available at no charge to the public.


“Whether you want to read the work of our authors, or news about their writing lives, it’s all available,” said Joy Fisher, public relations director for the guild.

In Member News, a newsletter for, by and about Hawaii Writers Guild members, readers will find feature stories about special writing projects of our members; an opinion column called Genre Corner and another column called Transitions, which details changes in the writing lives of our members; profiles of eight new members who have joined the guild since our last issue; and stories about the new publications of 10 members.

Although the guild was formed on the Big Island, it now has 78 members on Oahu, Kauai, Maui and Molokai, as well as members who live on the mainland but write about Hawaii or have other connections to the islands.

For more information and to view the publications, visit hawaiiwritersguild.com.

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