Spotlight: Rick Cannon

“How Great it is to Be Writing” By Courtney McNamara Writers are idealistic by nature, but in the year 2011 most are wise enough to focus on at least some sort of professional success from their endeavors. Whether it be publication, or tangible recognition from colleagues and esteemed writing critics, the work of writers is … Continue reading

Poetry Section: Power Poems

T.S. Eliot wrote, “April is the cruellest month, breeding/Lilacs out of the dead land, mixing/Memory and desire, stirring/Dull roots with spring rain.” And with no disrespect to Mr. Eliot, we here at Write From Wrong have to disagree–any month filled with poetry is perfectly pleasant to us. If April’s showers drive you inside, we hope … Continue reading

Photography & Art: Nature

Henry David Thoreau, noted American abolitionist, philosopher, and leader of the Trancendentalist movement, once observed, “I believe that there is a subtle magnetism in Nature, which, if we unconsciously yield to it, will direct us aright.” My brother and I have been traveling Southeast Asia together this month and it never ceases to amaze me … Continue reading

Reviews: The Voting Booth After Dark by Vanessa Garcia

Review: The Voting Booth After Dark: Despicable, Embarrassing, Repulsive by Vanessa Libertad Garcia The Voting Booth After Dark: Despicable, Embarrassing, Repulsive highlights the lifestyles of a minority group often overlooked by popular literature today: gay and lesbian Latino young adults. The raw exposure illumed by this collection of poems and short stories can be overwhelming … Continue reading

Creative Nonfiction: Water & Sewer

We hope you enjoy Water and Sewer by Nathaniel Page. It is a bit – disarming at times as you will see, but it is an incredibly honest, accurate portrait of life in the marijuana business. In any business, logistics are paramount. In this piece, Page recounts the logistics of, to put it simply, taking … Continue reading

Fiction Section: Fun Fiction

I recently learned–throughout the duration of a course I took in Flash Fiction–the great difficulty in crafting a complete and effective story in less than two pages and now hold a deep appreciation for any writer who can successfully do so. In this April’s issue of Write from Wrong, we are pleased to share two … Continue reading

Editor’s Note – Tenth Issue

Dear Writers, Readers, and all those who love artistic expression, Welcome to Write From Wrong’s tenth issue. Thank you for stopping by and we hope you enjoy the light reads that you find here in this month’s installment. This issue features original works from newly published writers to the seasoned veteran writers. The Arts section … Continue reading

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