Minnie Vautrin: Staring Down Death

“The city is strangely silent—after all the bombing and shelling. Three dangers are past—that of looting [Chinese] soldiers, bombing from aeroplanes and shelling from big guns, but the fourth is still before us—our fate at the hands of a victorious army. People are very anxious tonight and do not know what to expect . . […]

Minnie Vautrin: Staring Down Death

“The city is strangely silent—after all the bombing and shelling. Three dangers are past—that of looting [Chinese] soldiers, bombing from aeroplanes and shelling from big guns, but the fourth is still before us—our fate at the hands of a victorious army. People are very anxious tonight and do not know what to expect . . […]

Honoring Women: March Submissions Open

  We have closed submissions for February. Thank you to those who sent us writing!! The theme for March is Honoring Women to celebrate Women’s History Month. We want to meet someone we haven’t heard of, or see a side of a woman that hasn’t been widely publicized. What are you passionate about? Women’s equality? […]