Writers, Readers, Artists,
Lend me your ears and hopefully your eyes for our 18th issue. This is one that aims to please. Veering away from our typical author spotlights, we chose to switch it up for our readers and highlight a program that exemplifies the importance and power of writing. Girls Write Now is using writing to make the impossible possible for teen girls in New York City schools.
Along with raw, aurally pleasing Poetry and a suspenseful Fiction section this issue, we also welcome art to our Photography and Arts section that is bound to amaze and leave you stuck in deep thought. Our nonfiction section breaks that thought and catapults the readers into the real world. This issue is art at its best.
Moreover, Keith, our latest addition to the Write from Wrong family had the chance to head down to last month’s Poets Forum in New York City and has shared his experience in our Reviews section for this issue.
We hope that you enjoy this issue of Write from Wrong as much as we did. And we look forward to sharing our work for our readers in our Editor’s Issue next month.
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