Literary Activism

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'''Literary activism''' is a form of protest and critique aimed at corporate publishing houses and the literary fiction/nonfiction which they publish. The progenitors of literary activism are the members of the [[Underground Literary Alliance]]. This group of writers is notorious for its protests, which has included making formal complaints against Guggenheim grants given to already-wealthy authors, crashing New York literary readings, and maintaining a website which reports weekly on the perceived corruption and lack of integrity of the current literary world.
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'''Literary activism''' is a form of protest and critique aimed at corporate publishing houses and the literary fiction/nonfiction which they publish. The progenitors of literary activism are the members of the [[Underground Literary Alliance]]. This group of [[writer]]s is notorious for its protests, which has included making formal complaints against Guggenheim grants given to already-wealthy authors, crashing New York literary readings, and maintaining a website which reports weekly on the perceived corruption and lack of integrity of the current literary world.
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Literary activism is a form of protest and critique aimed at corporate publishing houses and the literary fiction/nonfiction which they publish. The progenitors of literary activism are the members of the Underground Literary Alliance. This group of writers is notorious for its protests, which has included making formal complaints against Guggenheim grants given to already-wealthy authors, crashing New York literary readings, and maintaining a website which reports weekly on the perceived corruption and lack of integrity of the current literary world.

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