Spotlight: Girls Write Now

Spotlight: Girls Write Now By Courtney McNamara On average in New York City, only about half of high school students go on to attend college. However, in one unique program, college attendance is a little above this shocking number. At Girls Write Now 100% of participants go on to get a higher education. This shocking … 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

Spotlight Author: Mark Bowden’s Recipe for Success

For Mark Bowden, the recipe for success has always been pretty clear. “Be stubborn,” he advises. “Find a way to do work that you really want to do. If you do well, people will want to read it.” Mark Bowden has followed this mantra since his days as the Editor-in-Chief of the Loyola Greyhound student … Continue reading

Spotlight Author: Write On Summer Camp

Camp is for… Writing? A Spotlight on Samantha Hargrove by Courtney McNamara When the bell rings at the end of the last day of the elementary school year, most students have visions of swimming pools, backyard adventures and endless licks of ice cream. However, this often leads to the dreaded summer learning slump – brought … Continue reading

Spotlight Author: Writing for the Right Reasons

“The Party of Publishing” Publishing is not always a party, no pun intended, for any author especially those going through the process for the first time. But JC McCreary, author of the recently published fiction novel, The Party, was willing to share some of her experiences with us here at Write from Wrong. A Capitol … Continue reading

Spotlight Author: The Writer’s Muse

How does one better their craft? You can practice, practice, practice; or you can do it the old fashion way and teach. Everyday we learn something new, but we must hold fire with those who teach us in order to complete the circle of learning. You teach me. I’ll teach you. Learning is always mutual. … Continue reading

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