March 2018 Recap - GirlSense and NonSense Magazine

March of 2018 has been quite a big month. From Oprah's big speech at the Golden Globes, the revolutionary #MeToo movement, to students all across the country “walking out” in support of the survivors and in memoriam of the victims of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting - it has been 31 days full of people wanting to make a difference.

The last month has been a period of new at GirlSense and NonSense. We’ve been working on improvements and growth for the magazine, and still are currently hard at work. Just as spring has begun, we’ve come back after a long absence - more passionate about what we do here than ever.

Here are a few things you’ve missed at GS and NS in March, from a few empowering and talented, artists and writers.

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An inspirational post from our Editor, celebrating International Women’s Day:

To The Women Who Inspire Me #IWD2018

An introduction and a thank you:

A Letter from our NEW editor - Chloe Glass

Creative writing from a few strong individuals:

Poetry: "neither does anyone else" by Linda M. Crate

Short Essay: "A Life in Grey" by Renee O'Connor

Prose: "Blood" by Arlene Antoinette

An unforgettable art piece:

Art: "Birth" by Anastasia S. Luna

A throwback to our “Evolution” anthology:

Evolution: A GirlSense and NonSense Anthology


Are you an artist or writer interested in publishing your work in GirlSense and NonSense Magazine? Check out our submissions page for more information.

Happy April!