Posted on March 8, 2022 at 10:00 AM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek
Tales of crisis from around the world and across time include anecdotes of people going above and beyond their peacetime duties.
The news coming from Ukraine is no exception to that rule.
Kate Tsurkan, a translator and editor who's lived in Ukraine for several years, can vouch for that firsthand.
She has written a piece for Literary Hub describing how some Ukrainian writers are contributing to the war effort, in unsparing details.
(There's no shortage of ways to help Ukraine, so we'll simply link to a Fortune article on how donors can avoid being scammed.)
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