Editor’s Note – Eighteenth Issue

Writers, Readers, Artists, Lend me your ears and hopefully your eyes for our 18th issue. This is one that aims to please. Veering away from our typical author spotlights, we chose to switch it up for our readers and highlight a program that exemplifies the importance and power of writing. Girls Write Now is using … Continue reading

Spotlight Author: Claire Applewhite

“Assembling the Puzzle of Mystery Writing: A Spotlight on Claire Applewhite” Agatha Christie may be one of the greatest mystery writers of all time, but I doubt her background includes being an internal auditor. She may have created the infamous detective Hercule Poirot, but you would probably never find her seeking out fraud in a … Continue reading

Spotlight: Powerful Poetry Through the Pongo Publishing Project

With all of the celebrity blogs, fashion information, and just plain futile writing out there on the web it may seem difficult to find a truly meaningful blog on the Internet. Instead of an author this month, check out the Pong Publishing Project, proof that teens do want, and need, to write poetry. – Courtney … 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

Editor’s Note – Tenth 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

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