Editor’s Note – Twenty-First Issue

Dear Readers, Lovers, and Fighters through the use of a Pen, Elizabeth Bishop ends her Five Flights Up poem with the line, (A yesterday I find almost impossible to lift). This line resonated deep within my soul because like our past, yesterday will almost always be impossible to forget about. In writing, yesterday is always … Continue reading

Spotlight: Louder Than a Bomb

Young Chicago Authors Present: “Louder Than A Bomb” On Sunday February 12, 2012 the greatest musical artists of the year were honored at this year’s Grammy Awards.  Talent ranging from country singer Taylor Swift to rap icons Jay-Z and Kanye West were recognized- all amid the tacit devastation of the tragic death of the legendary … Continue reading

Poetry Section: Black History Poems

The poems below were chosen by the Write From Wrong editors to acknowledge National African-American History month. The poets below have lead and are also leading the way for many poets today. Their work shows appreciation for not only black culture, but also an universal culture that we all share as Americans. Very special thank … Continue reading

Photography & Arts: Forgotten Faces

When I think of culture I envision a kaleidoscope and the beautiful patterns and color its capable of expressing—the seemingly infinite amount of possibilities.  To me, that same range is developed with humanity’s fabric: an incredible and fantastic collection. Joakim Eskildsen is a Danish photographer based in Berlin whose keen perspective and ability to capture the … Continue reading

City of Church: Dallas or New York

The difference between New York and Texas, you say? I’m probably the wrong person to ask. I hate Texas. I haven’t decided why I hate this place until now. Not too much to be said about the architecture here.  The food’s overrated (although the tacos almost make it worth it). And the girls…well, the girls … Continue reading

Falling in Love with the White Stripes

I Fell in Love With a Band – How The White Stripes Started and Ended an Era. It was just about this time last year that the news broke- The White Stripes were to break up. The band said, “It is for a myriad of reasons, but mostly to preserve what is beautiful and special … Continue reading

Fiction Section: Fain Fiction

Caitlin Mannarino has been writing since elementary school. “Kana” is the first in a series of short stories under the same name. Kana Rule number one of a ninja is to be silent. Rule number two, and one that is just as important, is to be wise. The unspoken rule of a ninja is honor. … Continue reading

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