Spotlight Author: “Silver Purse” a Memoir

Title: The Silk Purse – a Memoir by Raquel Ortiz Castaño (Pen Name) The Silk Purse is about Raquel’s early childhood growing up in the South Bronx, New York of the l950’s with her Puerto Rican extended family. It begins, when she is three years old, and ends with a major transition in her life … Continue reading

Editor, Managing Editor, Review Editor: Practical Poetry

In these deliciously written poems, Tony the Tiger tells us to we should be great, a dinner date becomes much more than food, and we get an idea of how to use our hands appropriately. Written and polished by Siobhan Watson, Donald Vincent, and Peter Bartels these poems are sure to not only please the … Continue reading

Photography/Art Editor: Photos and an Essay

“The Elements of Travel”- Paulina Stachnik “There’s no secret to balance. You just have to feel the waves.” – Frank Herbert After spending the last four months corralling classrooms of thirteen-year-old boys, it was finally time to travel. Travel means different things to different people. For some, it’s an escape from mundane routines. For others, … Continue reading

Creative Nonfiction Editor: “The Locker Room”

Greg Howard, the Spotlight contributor and Nonfiction Editor, offers the issue a descriptive piece about camaraderie that comes from a locker room. The locker room proves to be more than jocks and sports equipment in this piece, but a place where boys become men. ATTN: In order to be as authentic as possible, I’ve included … Continue reading

Fiction Editor: 2 Flash Fiction Stories & Photos

Our fiction editor graces this issue with two, wonderfully written short stories and a very photogenic scene from her photography collection. Take a journey with Lucy as she revisits Christmas in “Christmas List” and enjoy the rhythm and pacing of “Secondhand Piano.” These short stories are sure to delight. “Christmas List” Five-Years-Old. A week before … Continue reading

Spotlight Editor: “Rapid Growth” a Personal Essay

In this segment, Courtney McNamara gets real personal in an essay not only about rapidly growing cancer cells, but also the personal growth as one matures and grows older. With no further ado, we present to you: “Rapid Growth.” “Rapid Growth” Chemotherapy kills the rapidly dividing cells in your body. This includes the problem, the … Continue reading

Editor’s Note- Fifth Issue

Ralph Waldo Emerson wrote, “There is creative reading as well as creative writing.” We at Write From Wrong completely agree with Mr. Emerson. Because we agree with Emerson, with our 5th issue, we challenge you, our audience, to read creatively and critically. In this issue we feature poet Sandra Beasley and host a few new … Continue reading

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