My International Authors colleague Horace Jeffery Hodges has blogged on the paper I read Sunday, July 2 at the WAH Center. The title of his brief essay is "Carter Kaplan on Truth and Free Speech."
In the introduction to my paper, I equivocate (in a good way) about the presence
of politics (and, significantly, the absence of politics) in the editorial
process. Of course, that "absence" of politics itself has antecedents worth
looking at, hence the attention I give, again at the beginning of the
paper, to Milton's Areopagitica. To view Professor Hodges' reflections, please click HERE.
To learn about Professor Hodges' new collection of poetry, Radiant Snow, please click HERE.