2009 Print Corrections

Staff of fishladder would like to acknowledge the following corrections to our Spring 2009 print edition and apologize to all impacted by these oversights in the editorial process:

  • Jon Koehler should have been listed as a poetry reader.
  • Poetry contributor Nagla M. Salih was incorrectly listed as Nagla M. Smith.
  • Alexandra Fluegel’s poem “Fault Line” should end at the line “you came without a warning.” The final two stanzas are from Michelle Kate Potgeter’s poem “Samuel” available in the archive.
  • James Walsh’s play “Rental Box” should end with Mari’s line on the bottom of page 64. The rest is from Jason Lenz’s play “The Switch Room”–also available in the archive.

About fishladder (Grand Valley State University Journal of Student Art and Writing)

fishladder is a student-run publication at Grand Valley State University in Allendale, Michigan. We publish students' fiction, creative nonfiction, poetry, drama, photography, and art. Students from across all disciplines in the university are encouraged to submit work in all styles, genres, and forms. fishladder aims to select the best, most artistic work for publication. The journal accepts submissions throughout the GVSU Fall semester, with a deadline at the end of the December finals week. Submissions are carefully considered by our student staff, and final decisions are made by our editors. The yearly print edition is unveiled every April, with copies available in Lake Ontario Hall and across the Allendale campus. The online edition will be updated annually and archived continually. You can find the online version of our magazine at the following link: http://scholarworks.gvsu.edu/fishladder/
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