Best of Write From Wrong: Editor’s Note

Dear Anyone Who Was Ever Told They Couldn’t Do Something In Life, I hope you tried. I hope you gave it your all. I hope that if you love something, you promise to put everything you can possibly give into it. I hope because myself along with 7 others (Siobhan, Greg, Taylor, Hayley, Keith, Courtney, … Continue reading

Best of Write From Wrong: Fiction

“This story paints a clear picture in my mind of the close relationship shared with the young narrator and his grandfather. I love the way the grandfather crafts these whimsical metaphors, using nature to teach his grandson. Wexelblatt writes beautiful, poet descriptions” – Hayley Battaglia, Fiction Editor “The beauty of this story lies in its … Continue reading

Editor’s Note – Twenty-Third Issue

Dear Writers, Dreamers, Believers, There is so much to say. First things first, I must say Happy National Poetry Month. We are already halfway through the month and if you haven’t celebrated yet,then make sure you’re at least able to stuff your face with some great poetry. In our penultimate issue for the year, we … Continue reading

Fiction: The Best Things You Get in Life are Stolen

  Paige Maguire is a native of Albany, New York and currently resides there.  The Best Things You Get in Life Are Stolen The harsh snowfall doesn’t bother Jackson. The excitement of finally going out with Alison is enough to keep him warm. He stands out on the sidewalk anxiously anticipating her arrival. “You should … Continue reading

Editor’s Note – Twenty-Second Issue

Dear Artists, Writers, and most importantly – Believers, I must first take the time to say, hello Spring! And with the flowers almost in full bloom and the winds beginning to warm up, this issue echoes that same sentiment. Our poetry section this issue features weather friendly words from some terrific poets. (Disclaimer: We won’t … Continue reading

Fiction Section: Framed Fiction

Diane L. Merkel-Fiorito for the last few years has traded fiction stories for essays and research papers as she pursued her Master’s Degree in Childhood Education and Literacy. Now that that is complete, she has picked up her fiction writing again. Teaching has helped her grow as a writer and vice versa. Just Around the … Continue reading

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

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