Spotlight: Writing Through Cancer

Spotlight Blog: Writing Through Cancer In the wake of natural disasters, national tragedies, and international conflicts, social media has served as a vessel not just for factual news but personal thoughts and responses. As we all know, information from across the globe spreads faster now as do the opinions of bloggers on the happenings from … Continue reading

Poetry Section: Pleasure Poems

Ellis Peters once wrote, “Every spring is the only spring–a perpetual astonishment.” Here at Write From Wrong, we see poems the same way: each poem is a tiny universe unto itself, a microcosm of emotion and sound and splendor. We hope these poems—by Alan Britt, John Grey, & Angela Brown—will fill you with similar “perpetual … Continue reading

Photography & Arts: Tradition

“The Fluorescent People: Shedding Light on Tradition” In Northern Thailand, a village of the Lisu hilltribe is confronted with an invasion of strange installations made of mass consumer goods. “The Fluorescent People,” a sobriquet earned for their flashy attire, pose and interact with the camera. With his project, a exhibit at Bangkok’s annual French festival, … Continue reading

Reviews: Z213: Exit by Dimitris Lyacos

The art of translation is a gift and we, as English speakers and readers, have Shorsha Sullivan to thank for bringing us the work of Greek poet Dimitris Lyacos. In Z213:Exit: Poena Dani, Lyacos’ middle collection in a series of three, we experience the world through the eyes of a prisoner as he escapes from … Continue reading

Creative Nonfiction: The Counter

Thalia Bardell is a senior at Emerson College pursuing a BFA in Writing, Literature, and Publishing. Her primary focus is non-fiction and personal essay. Although she is extremely passionate about writing her one true love in life is the Boston Red Sox. This is her second piece to appear in Write From Wrong. The Counter … Continue reading

Fiction Section: Focused Fiction

One of the most powerful draws of stories is their ability to transport readers to all sorts of far off places, leading them on explorations–of strange lands, of new and exciting ways of life, or even through the vast landscapes of the human psyche. Stories let us live thousands of lives as thousands of different … Continue reading

Editor’s Note – Ninth Issue

Dearest Readers, February is a special month. It is the month of love, the month of understanding, and subsequently, the shortest month on the calendar year. What we hoped to achieve with this issue of Write From Wrong is an extension of that love and understanding into the rest of the year. The powerful literature … Continue reading

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