Editor’s Note – Seventeenth Issue

Dearest Literature Lovers & Art Addicts, We have a few gems packed into our October issue filled with tricks and treats for you, our special visitors. Our Photo section boast an inspiring set of black and white photos from previous Write From Wrong submitters and our lovely Photo & Arts editor. On a lighter note, … Continue reading

Spotlight: Sarah Arvio

“The Echo of Tradition” ​We have all had that time in our lives where the need to escape overcomes us; traveling far away seems like the only answer. However, in most cases, the inevitable result is that “you’re still the same person you wanted to leave behind.” This understanding is necessary to move on. Poet … Continue reading

Photography & Arts: Black & White Edition

“Life is like a good black and white photograph, there’s black, there’s white, and lots of shades in between.” – Karl Heiner As a Western culture, we like our neat boxes. Having figured out ways to file, sort and organize almost everything, it’s all too easy to think that we’ve got most things figured out. … Continue reading

Fiction: And That’s a Fact

One of the best and longest loved aspects of literature is the story’s ability to transport, to carry readers to new lands and introduce us to new people. Emily Dickinson writes, “There is no frigate like a book/ To take us lands away,” and, oh, the lands that we see, how real they become to … Continue reading

Reviews: Toolbox by Fabio Morabito

Have you ever read a book and wanted to scream its glory to every stranger and friend on the street? Well, this was my reaction after I first read Fabio Morabito’s Toolbox. Since it was originally written in Spanish and then translated into English by Geoff Hargreaves, his prose poetry collection is not very well … Continue reading

Creative Nonfiction: Hip-Hop Manifesto

“That’s Just What Niggers Do” By Donald Vincent “I think; therefore I am” is a phrase used by the French Philosopher, Rene Descartes, to prove that he did in fact exist as a being. This was crucial for Western thought because it laid down the basic notion of knowledge through questioning. The fact we as … Continue reading

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