Why change literature? Why should you want to?
1.) It makes sense for the individual in any field or endeavor to be at the forefront of innovation and change.
2.) Once you see that literary change is inevitable, it makes sense to embrace it.
3.) Literary change is in its infancy. You can jump right to the forefront.
4.) When a field like literature is so skewed toward the privileged, change is moral and socially necessary.
5.) There is no art and has never been an art that does not change.
6.) Revolution, once begun, bounces toward the other extreme. Moderates, the Lafayettes, Kerenskys, and Pat Boones, are left behind.
7.) The longer change is delayed the greater the change will be.
8.) Those who require every question answered, every loophole filled, every guarantee given before they'll move their chess piece aren't agents of change. They're not makers of history. Change at its beginning demands a heavy portion of intuition and at least a partial leap of faith.
9.) Change is exciting.