Photography & Arts: Painting a Picture

Writer George Colman once realized the need to praise the bridge that carries us over. To voice our gratitude. To say thank you. Aloud.

This month, the Write from Wrong family and I would like to say thank you to those of you who have contributed to the magazine for the past year and half. You have been our bridge and inspiration, and we are grateful for your support.

Highlighting talent, emerging and established alike, is a wonderful privilege of being the Photography and Arts editor and I am grateful to those who have shared their work, perspective and artistic vision with us.

Thank you again. And thank you, Keith Moul and Ernest Williamson, for contributing to our November issue.

Paulina Stachnik
Photography & Arts Editor

Photos by Ernest Williamson

Three Moods of Color

Brushed By The Wind

Why Flowers

Bio: Dr. Ernest Williamson III has published poetry and visual art in over 350 national and international online and print journals. His poetry has been nominated three times for the Best of the Net Anthology ( The poems which were nominated for the Best of the Net Anthology were as follows: “The Jazz of Old Wine”, “The Symbol of Abiotic Needs”, & “The Misfortune of Shallow Sight”. He holds the B.A. and the M.A. in English/Creative Writing/Literature from the University of Memphis and the PhD in Higher Education Leadership from Seton Hall University. View more of his work here:

Photos by Keith Moul




Bio: Keith Moul’s pictures have begun appearing regularly in the past year and a half, although he’s published poems widely for more than 40 years. Blue & Yellow Dog Press released his chapbook, The Grammar of Mind, last November and Moul was nominated for a Pushcart Prize last fall as well for a poem he wrote in response to one of his photos. He is retired, contentedly living in the Pacific NW, where he writes and roams taking pictures.

One Response to “Photography & Arts: Painting a Picture”
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