Spotlight Author: Right To Write

In our very first issue, we have two extremely talented writers we shed the spotlight on. Both of these writers- Reginald Harris and Ron Tanner are paragons of what a writer strives to become. (Click names to take you to their individual sites. Read down below for more fun from the Write From Wrong Staff). … Continue reading

Poetry Section: Power of Poetry

In our debut issues- the poems here- truly reflect the powerful uses of poetry. With the world and experiences as their muses, poets- Annelise Furnald, Christian Rees, Justin Roberti, Monet P. Thomas, and Siobhan Watson’s poetry show that if reading is wrong, then writers don’t do right. Annelise Furnald Annelise Furnald is a Writing/Photography major … Continue reading

Photography & Arts Section: Live, Laugh, Love

What’s love got to do with it? Everything, of course! Michael Owen, an artist at Maryland Institute College of Art, proves this sentiment as he softens the hard edges of the city’s heart with the Baltimore Love Project. The ongoing effort has adorned urban buildings with twenty murals that spread the message of the mushy … Continue reading

Reviews: ‘Tinkers’ by Paul Harding

This book won the Pulitzer this year but is still under the radar because not many people have heard of it and it’s on the lower tier of the New York Times Review. It sounds like “OUR” kind of book though so we looked forward to this read! Review by Peter Bartels Paul Harding’s “Tinkers” … Continue reading

Creative Nonfiction: When Can I Turn 5 Again?

*This piece originally appeared in the Loyola University 2009 Forum- an on-campus literary magazine for Loyola University Maryland* This piece spoke to us because it deals with coming of age and time. It was written by Mr. Andrew Zaleski. Andrew Zaleski is a student at Loyola University Maryland graduating in May 2011 with a bachelor’s … Continue reading

Fiction: Imagination is Forever

For our first issue- writers Jerard Fagerberg, James Rose, and Charles Clark have graced us with a few short-worded stories/tales. Delve into the mind of each writer as you read through these pieces. 1. Special Instructions For My Burial- Jerry Fagerberg 2. Free Jazz: with Call and Response Solos by The Kiss, Those Lifted above … Continue reading

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