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 with us whether it is through reflection, description, or even just plain observation.
With that said, yesterday is here. And the Editors at Write From Wrong have prepared an amazing issue for our monthly visitors. (We’d of course like you to become daily visitors).
Our Spotlight Editor focuses on a terrific youth outreach program that bring poets together while bridging communities that would never come in contact with each other outside of the literary realm.
Greg Howard, the Creative Nonfiction editor discusses the main differences between New York City and Dallas, Texas. Check out his piece to further your understanding on the meaning of separation of church and state.
Our Fiction section this month features two short stories. Stories are by Caitlin Mannarino and Robert Wexelblatt, current professor at Boston University. He has previously published a few poems in Write From Wrong and it is our honor to feature one of his stories in this issue.
Also in this issue, our new addition to the team, Taylor DeBoer touches on his love for the music group, White Stripes.
Our Photography and Arts section features Forgotten Faces. Yes, the faces from yesterday are hard to lift, so we bring them to you today with our new installment. Joakim Eskildsen’s photographs give way to the future as he captures moments that can only be remembered through pictures.
Thanks for visiting Write From Wrong. It is our pleasure to reveal our 21st issue to those who support us most. Hopefully you enjoy this issue as much as we did comprising all of the wonderfulness you will find.
Last but not least, special thanks to Carly Cedermark for allowing us to use her photographs for this issue’s headers.
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