Editor’s Note – Sixteenth Issue

Dear Art Community, Change is the only constant in our everyday lives. When change is not constant, life ceases to exists. We at Write From Wrong Literary Magazine want to be that change in not only the literary world, but also the art community. In order to be the change we wish to see in … Continue reading

Spotlight Author: Barry Brennessel

“It All Stems From the Characters” Hearing voices in your head? You might be crazy, or you might have the inspiration for some genuine and original characters for a great fiction novel. Compared to “the same way someone might have a song running through his or her mind”, Barry Brennessel often fashions characters out of … Continue reading

Packaged Poems

Walt Whitman once said, “Whatever satisfies the soul is truth.” And these poems promise to give you the whole truth and nothing but the truth. They are sure to please and bring back memories of the first book you read as a child and maybe even your first crush. As autumn approaches, we must take … Continue reading

Photography & Art: Gone With The Season

“To be interested in the changing seasons is a happier state of mind than to be hopelessly in love with spring.” -George Santayana Spanish born American poet, philosopher and humanist Autumn is upon us. The weather is slowly becoming cooler, the light softer, and the sweaters thicker. An inspiring time of the year, Mother Nature … Continue reading

Reviews: Camille Dungy’s Smith Blue

Are loss and love just interchangeable parts without our poetic landscape? If one glances over the back cover quotes of Camille Dungy’s newest collection Smith Blue, they will find opposite sides of the same coin. While Ed Roberson declaratively states “These are large, open-hearted lyrics about love: its pleasure, its neglect, loss and remembrance,” Michael … Continue reading

Creative Nonfiction: Things I Was Supposed to Have by the 21st Century but Don’t

Things I Was Supposed to Have by the 21st Century but Don’t by Scott Christian Yes, I am in fact a 21st Century digital boy, and no I don’t know how to live but, frankly, I’m a bit disappointed at my lot of toys. Growing up in the 80’s and 90’s, pop culture led me … Continue reading

Fiction Section: Fire Fiction

Banned Books Week is coming up at the end of this month, September 24th to October 1st, so everybody head to your favorite book store or library and track down copies of Catcher in the Rye, Lord of the Flies, Brave New World, 1984, Harry Potter, His Dark Materials, and–if you like picture books and … Continue reading

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