Spotlight Author: Claire Applewhite

“Assembling the Puzzle of Mystery Writing: A Spotlight on Claire Applewhite” Agatha Christie may be one of the greatest mystery writers of all time, but I doubt her background includes being an internal auditor. She may have created the infamous detective Hercule Poirot, but you would probably never find her seeking out fraud in a … Continue reading

Poetry Section: Page-Turning Poetry

This month’s poetry will take you across the US and into international waters, too–poets inspired by the places they are, they places they’ve been, and the places they have yet to visit. While Kelly’s collection masterfully bounces from Louisiana to Oregon, Parrish’s gives an intimate glance of his favorite “Watering Hole”; Gilbert’s gives readers a … Continue reading

Photography & Art: Fishes & Sunsets

This month we had the pleasure of receiving exceptional work from two artists. Luke Ritta, a 25 year old who lives in London, England. She loves black and white photography and has also been writing short stories, poems which some have been published in various literary magazines and websites. Boe Parrish, a family man who … Continue reading

Creative Nonfiction: The Way We Were: Collins Park, 1959

Originally from New Castle, Delaware, Edward F. Palm is a former enlisted Marine, a Vietnam veteran and retired U.S. Marine officer turned academic (Ph.D., Pennsylvania). He has taught at the U.S. Naval Academy and Glenville State College and has held dean appointments at Maryville University of St. Louis and Olympic College, in Bremerton, Washington. Palm … Continue reading

Fiction Section: Truth in Disguise

In the introduction to his novelEnder’s Game, Orson Scott Card asks, “Why else do we read fiction, anyway? Not to be impressed by somebody’s dazzling language—or at least I hope that’s not our reason. I think that most of us, anyway, read these stories that we know are not ‘true’ because we’re hungry for another … Continue reading

Editor’s Note – Twelfth Issue

Dear E.B. White, one of my favorite writers once wrote, “People believe anything they see in print.” So, I don’t have to say trust me or believe me that with the hard work of my staff and the fans of Write from Wrong, we have created a presence in the literary community. We have garnered … Continue reading