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 celebrate the English language and freedom of speech because without the written word, history would cease to exists in the times we live in today.

It has been two months since the staff of WFW has graduated from college, and as we find our way through the maze of life, Write From Wrong is a place where we can find peace.

We hope you find that same peace here as you read through our second issue featuring wonderful writers such as David Belz, Dr. Kathleen Hellen, Barbara Villemez, Gina Moffa, and many others.

Please, spread the word about our publication as we push forth the power of words.

Sticks and stones may break some bones, but words from Write From Wrong will never hurt you.

Enjoy! 🙂

1. Spotlight Author: The Writer’s Muse
2. Poetry: Potent Poetry
3. Photography & Art: Natural Beauty
4. Review: ‘Day for Night’ by Frederick Reiken
5. Creative Nonfiction: What to Expect When You’re Expecting
6. Fiction: Fading Innocence

With all the LOVE in the world,
The WFW Staff.


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