More About Gail Martin

Gail Martin is a 84-year-old retired Kansas housewife and mother of six. She has written all her life “but just for herself.” Gail was 4-H leader for 30 years in Butler County Kansas and led the club in publishing a club newsletter. She won first place as newswriter for the Mother’s Art EHU club for three years. In the last twenty years Gail has been published in the Tower Family Book, family histories in the Greenwood and Wilson County Kansas history books as well as Kanhistique, The Golden Years and Schooner magazines.
The author researched and entered Butler County’s Historical Essay contest several years and says she just loves to research and write. For example, in 1995, she wrote a fiftieth-anniversary story about the history of The Little Ranger, a doodlebug that ran from Emporia through El Dorado to Winfield and back.
Gail was appointed Kansas Authors Club archivist in 1995 and held that position for ten years.

Gail Martin featured In-The-Spotlight on the Our Echo website.

An earlier In-The-Spotlight on Our Echo.


One Response to “More About Gail Martin”

  1. Richard W. Morisset Says:

    I have a picture just like the one you have posted on your (my flint hills book) of my family standing beside the house we lived in on the oil lease in Terterville. We were dressed just like your family only differance two boys

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