Editor’s Note – Sixteenth Issue

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 … Continue reading

Spotlight Author: Barry Brennessel

“It All Stems From the Characters” Hearing voices in your head? You might be crazy, or you might have the inspiration for some genuine and original characters for a great fiction novel. Compared to “the same way someone might have a song running through his or her mind”, Barry Brennessel often fashions characters out of … Continue reading

Editor’s Note – Fifteenth Issue

Dear Arts-Addict, Welcome to Write from Wrong. We are proud to introduce to you our fifteenth issue. Words play a crucial role in understanding people and the world in which we live. That’s why the editors here at Write from Wrong are proud to bridge that gap of the known and unknown by bringing you … Continue reading

Editor’s Note – Twelfth Issue

Dear E.B. White, one of my favorite writers once wrote, “People believe anything they see in print.” So, I don’t have to say trust me or believe me that with the hard work of my staff and the fans of Write from Wrong, we have created a presence in the literary community. We have garnered … Continue reading

Best of Write from Wrong: Editor’s Note

Dear Readers, Artists, Life-livers, and World-Inhabitants, In order to achieve greatness, you must set goals. In order to set goals, you must dream. In order to dream, you must impress your imagination. Write from Wrong started from my imagination a little more than a year ago from today. With the help of WfW’s 5 editors, … Continue reading

Editor’s Note – Eleventh Issue

Dear Writers, Readers, and all those who love artistic expression, Welcome to Write From Wrong’s tenth issue. Thank you for stopping by and we hope you enjoy the light reads that you find here in this month’s installment. This issue features original works from newly published writers to the seasoned veteran writers. The Arts section … Continue reading

Spotlight: Rick Cannon

“How Great it is to Be Writing” By Courtney McNamara Writers are idealistic by nature, but in the year 2011 most are wise enough to focus on at least some sort of professional success from their endeavors. Whether it be publication, or tangible recognition from colleagues and esteemed writing critics, the work of writers is … Continue reading