Spotlight Author: Writing for the Right Reasons

“The Party of Publishing” Publishing is not always a party, no pun intended, for any author especially those going through the process for the first time. But JC McCreary, author of the recently published fiction novel, The Party, was willing to share some of her experiences with us here at Write from Wrong. A Capitol … Continue reading

Poetry Section: Perfect Pocket Poems

Poetry is everywhere. You can find poetry on billboards, newspapers, radio stations, music, and even to the rhythm of your morning shower. These poems are perfect for folding up and putting into your wallet whether you have an early commute to work or simply need a mid-day break. With the creative works from poets Benjamin … Continue reading

Photography & Art: A Thousand & One Words

E.B. White once wrote, “I arise in the morning torn between a desire to improve the world and a desire to enjoy the world. This makes it hard to plan the day.” However, although planning a day can be hard, capturing those plans in a single picture can be even more difficult. Even though a … Continue reading

Reviews: Matisyahu in Salt Lake City

They say the best things in life are free, and there can be no better example than Salt Lake City’s Twilight Concert series. With acts like Modest Mouse, Girltalk, Chromeo, and now Matisyahu, it’s clear that my new hometown knows how to get plenty of bang for a complete lack of buck. In keeping with … Continue reading

Creative Nonfiction: Enter Sandman

Eve Strillacci is a college senior who enjoys reading, writing, and all the literary and poetic presence of everyday life. She believes that writing is the expression of the soul. Enter Sandman Batman, as it turned out, was ultimately irrelevant; it was Robin who caught our fancy, lithe, lively Robin, Batman’s gaily bedecked sidekick, who … Continue reading

Fiction: The Write Way

Writers Barbara Villemez and James Rose finish up our last issue of the summer month with their two fictional tales. This is Villemez’s second time being published in Write From Wrong, and this is also the third and final installment of Rose’s “Free Jazz: with Call and Response Solos by The Kiss, Those Lifted above … Continue reading

Editor’s Note- Second Issue

William Wordsworth once wrote, “What we need is not the will to believe, but the wish to find out.” Sure, we know you believe in the power of literature and art, but the people published in our second and current issue made that wish and found a home here at Write From Wrong. Today, we … Continue reading

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