The editors and staff of The Hangman’s Lime would like to formally apologize for a misprint that occurred in its recent publication and circulation of volume XVII of the journal. David Thompson ’11 was misrepresented as a poet when the work of another submission appeared at the end of his piece, “Readings From Patty Solloway’s Memorial Service.” The poet intended for his piece to end after the line which reads, “he was thirty-four from cirrhosis of the liver.” It is with sincere regret that this printing error occurred; The Hangman’s Lime stands behind the artist’s right to be fairly represented and in this case we failed to uphold this right. We extend our apology to both David and our faithful readers on the Wesleyan campus. Please look for an insert in copies that have still yet to be circulated.
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