Dear Art Community,
Change is the only constant in our everyday lives. When change is not constant, life ceases to exists. We at Write From Wrong Literary Magazine want to be that change in not only the literary world, but also the art community. In order to be the change we wish to see in the world, we need you our lovely readers to spread the word about Write From Wrong. We need you to tell writers that they should help keep poetry alive by sending us their best work. We need you to tell photographers, painters, and artists that they should help promote change by sending their most passionate and best work to us. We need you to tell your twitter followers, we love to conversate and we will follow and tweet back at @WriteFrom_Wrong. We also love to hear any feedback about what you would like to see more of at Write From Wrong on our Facebook page.
With that said, the time for change has come. The seasons have changed. Times have changed. In this issue, we have some skin-warming photographs by our very own editor Paulina. Our poetry section this month leaves a sensation on the tongue and mind when read aloud. The Creative Nonfiction section has a funny read that takes you back to the future. The fiction section can change your mind after a reread. This month’s issue is enough to change any mood into a good mood. And to top things off, we even have a review of Camille Dungy’s latest book.
Our Spotlight Author section is very intriguing too. Thanks to Barry Brennessel for the wonderful insight into writing. So enjoy our change issue. If change is wrong, we don’t want to be right.