The Art that Dare Not Speak Its Name

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  1. Joseph Hutchison
    Joseph Hutchison October 10, 2012 at 1:33 pm .

    Jim, I&#39;m glad to contribute in my small way. I&#39;ll have something to report after finally reading his new book!<br /><br />And Lyle, you&#39;ve done a service for me similar to the one Jim Murdoch did for Dick Jones. Until your comment I had not heard of John Caddy, but thanks to your link to his site I&#39;ve had some time to fish around in his poetry and other good work. Lovely stuff!

  2. Lyle Daggett
    Lyle Daggett October 10, 2012 at 2:52 am .

    I followed the link here and read the full post in Dick Jones&#39;s blog — solid and thoughtful. It brought to mind something an early poetry teacher of mine, <a href="http://www.morning-earth.org/&quot; rel="nofollow">John Caddy</a>, said once, that one of the reasons Plato banned poets from his ideal Republic was that poetry tends to make people think. It&#39;s possible to listen to music or to

  3. Jim Murdoch
    Jim Murdoch October 9, 2012 at 4:44 pm .

    Well it looks as if I achieved here what I set out to, Joseph. It&#39;s saddened me that Dick&#39;s poetry isn&#39;t as well-known as he ought to be. That was why I did the interview with him a while back because he was talking about packing in his blog due to—if the stats were to be believed—lack of interest. We all know what the Internet is awash with poetry—hundreds of new ones (I imagine)

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