Spotlight Author: The Writer’s Muse

How does one better their craft? You can practice, practice, practice; or you can do it the old fashion way and teach. Everyday we learn something new, but we must hold fire with those who teach us in order to complete the circle of learning. You teach me. I’ll teach you. Learning is always mutual. … Continue reading

Poetry Section: Potent Poems

When a writer is in tune with the self, poetry is at its best. When poetry is at its best, the finished product looks very similar to the works produced below. Grab a nice cool beverage, kick back, and enjoy the works of poets Jenna Blumenfeld, Fatima Jakoet, Timothy Curran, and Nicholas Mascia. Jenna Blumenfeld … Continue reading

Photography & Arts Section: Natural Beauty

Nature is always a source of inspiration when it comes to writing. One can even argue that the beauty of nature is an essential tool; for example, the essay “A Piece of Chalk” by G.K. Chesterton. We focused on the wonders of art and photography to capture not only the beauty of nature, but natural … Continue reading

Reviews: ‘Day for Night’ by Frederick Reiken

“I liked the book [Day for Night] a lot on an intuitive level. It sounded like a great choice. My kind of book.“- Peter Bartels, Reviews “Day for Night”- Frederick Reiken Review by Peter Bartels Frederick Reiken’s third novel, Day for Night, begins by luring you into a false sense of security. The first chapter … Continue reading

Creative Nonfiction: What to Expect When You’re Not Expecting

*This piece was written for an essay assignment in which the author was asked to perform an experiment of sorts and the author and her friend decided to conduct a fake pregnancy.* Gina Moffa is a rising Junior at Loyola University Maryland, and will be studying abroad in Spain this upcoming fall semester. While a … Continue reading

Fiction: Fading Innocence

Writers Barbara Villemez, Christian Rees, Letitia Wells, and James Rose introduce us to the power of prose with their “Flash Fiction” pieces for our second issue. Everyone has a story to tell. Read on to see how each writer’s story is unique. Enjoy! 🙂 1. “Dancing With Hannah“- Barbara Villemez 2. “Scrub Pines“- Christian Rees … Continue reading

Editor’s Note- First Issue

F. Scott Fitzgerald once wrote, “You don’t write because you want to say something; you write because you’ve got something to say.” Reflecting on those words, the staff of Write From Wrong Literary Magazine would like to present to you our very first issue. Our debut issue comes out on the one month-iversary of our … Continue reading

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