The juggernaut of WTF? reactions to the threatened prepublication lawsuit against the publisher of Kent Johnson’s all-but-in-the-mail book A Question Mark above the Sun: Documents on the Mystery Surrounding a Famous Poem “by” Frank O’Hara rolls on. Richard D. Allen addresses it here, as does the proprietor of Habenicht Press here. My favorite, though, is the commentary by Mark Scroggins (here), who summons no less a witness against Knopf & Friends than John Milton—specifically citing his pamphlet against prepublication censorship, Areopagitica. If Kent Johnson accomplishes nothing else with this book, he will have made us think hard about the power of the word and the power of money.