Spotlight Author: Travis Mossotti

“Rearranging a Few Molecules: Spotlight Author on Travis Mossotti” Anyone who has been published in a literary journal will without a doubt thrill about their accomplishment, but there are few who would rather their work only reach a small circulation of readers. Enter Saxifrage Press, an online showcase of works from fresh young writers, most … Continue reading

Poetry Section: Pantomorphic Poetry

August lurches on and fall waits in the wings, but these poems offer an escape—they’ll lift you up and out of your own temporality, connect you with something larger, greater, lasting. Enjoy Bullerwell’s wistful moments, Hansen’s philosophical play, Ritta’s manifest exploration, and Beck’s almost surreal glimpses of life. –Siobhan Watson, Managing Editor Poems by Lynda … Continue reading

Photography & Arts: Street Art

“Some people become cops because they want to make the world a better place. Some people become vandals because they want to make the world a better looking place.” — Banksy (Wall and Piece) I was first introduced to Banksy, the England based graffiti artist, political activist, and film director, while walking on the streets … Continue reading

Reviews: Love Versus Terrorism by Nikhi Parekh

Review: Love Versus Terrorism by Nikhi Parekh –Keith Gaboury There’s nothing timid about Nikhi Parekh’s Love Versus Terrorism. The ambitious poet clearly states his overarching thesis in his introduction: “In a planet usurped today by graveyards of terrorism, this poetic collection imparts enlightenment, optimism, courage, and an eternal desire to breathe free.” While that’s undoubtedly … Continue reading

Creative Nonfiction: The Lot

The Lot  by Rebecca Joy When it hits ten-thirty, everyone disappears. I’m not sure where they go, though I can guess to their homes with white clapboards, fridges that once-a-week run out of milk, household pets that have their own doors. To stand on High Street around ten-thirty at night is to stand in Edward … Continue reading

Fiction Section: Friendly Fiction

Seventeenth Century English Mathematician, Isaac Barrow, once said, “He that loves a book will never want a faithful friend, a wholesome counselor, a cheerful companion, an effectual comforter. By study, by reading, by thinking, one may innocently divert and pleasantly entertain himself, as in all weathers, as in all fortunes.” Many bookworms seek companionship between … Continue reading

Editor’s Note – Fourteenth Issue

Dear Literary & Art Fanatics, Welcome to the fourteenth installment of Write From Wrong Literary Magazine. In our short, summer issue, we have put together an awing collection of works from all over the world. Summer is going by fast and just like this short, quick issue, you’ll want to reread this issue like you’ll … Continue reading