Almost 100 years after her death, Nellie Bly is backKerry Reidon February 2, 2021 at 10:00 pm

Chicago writer and theater artist David Blixt uncovers a trove of previously unpublished novels by the original Lois Lane.

In 1885, the Pittsburgh Dispatch ran an op-ed under the byline “The Quiet Observer” entitled “What Girls Are Good For.” In the view of Erasmus Wilson (owner of the pseudonym), the short answer was essentially staying home and making babies, where they could “play the part of angel.”…Read More

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