Spotlight Author: A Representative from the City of “Dual Consciousness”

Sandra Beasley is the author of “I Was the Jukebox” (W. W. Norton, 2010, winner of the Barnard Women Poets Prize) and “Theories of Falling” (New Issues, 2008, winner of the New Issues Poetry Prize). Other honors include the 2010 University of Mississippi Summer Poet in Residence position, a DCCAH Individual Artist Fellowship, the Friends … Continue reading

Poetry Section: Powerful Poetics

F. Scott Fitzgerald once wrote, “Deep autumn had set in, with a crackling wind from the west.” That wind from the west has not only brought in the Fall for our 5th issue, but it has also blew us four wonderful writers. Poets Amber McBride, Judy Shepps Battle, Terry Clark, and Robert Wexelblatt show us … Continue reading

Photography & Arts: Picture Perfect

Near the end of his novel The Great Gatsby, F. Scott Fitzgerald, with remarkable concision, sums up one of the great ironies of human existence. We live our lives in search of that one object we believe to be “commensurate with [our] capacity for wonder.” Fortunately, for most of us, that “capacity” is larger than … Continue reading

Reviews: “Sigh No More”- Mumford & Sons

In February, Mumford & Sons’ debut album “Sigh No More” was released in the United States. Since then, it has taken its place among this year’s most underappreciated albums, a development that is nothing if not downright tragic. One listen to the foursome’s fierce strings and longing vocals will have you wondering how they’ve managed … Continue reading

Creative Nonfiction: Poor North Dakota

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Fiction: Forceful Fiction

In our fifth issue of Write From Wrong, we welcome previously published and new writers to take us on a literary journey in our current fiction installment. Writers Sonia Segura, Adaobi Nwoye, and Kerina Pharr show us, the readers, that there is a force in fiction. The power of the English language shines throughout these … Continue reading

Editor’s Note- Fourth Issue

The current US Poet Laureate Kay Ryan describes poetry similar to that of Walt Whitman when she says, “A poem settles into your mind.” The poems in this issue have settled and will be forever engraved into my mind. Our fourth issue features prolific writers such as Mark Bowden and many others. Bowden was generous … Continue reading