Since I've posted a few critical remarks at other recent posts, let me state here that there's a case to be made for a revived Underground Literary Alliance. Accompanying this should be a recognition that the original version ultimately failed. We'll need to correct past mistakes. The path won't be easy.
But, IF we put together a united team, there's no limit to the noise we can make and the objectives we can achieve. From the outset, the ULA's goal was to make literary history, and revive American literature in so doing. This can be done because we have winning arguments and we've always had winning arguments. All we need do is apply them, and the cronyistas and the fakes will fall by the wayside.