I have a complaint anyway. It's the failure of more ULAers to take advantage of the ULA opportunity. What do all writers (publishers, actors, cartoonists, etc) want? A voice in this society! One of our tasks has been to give them that. So where are they?
People are listening. We're getting ample hits on the literaryrevolution.com fan site. Here's the opportunity to present our ideas and personalities. (Here, and on Essays, Monday Report, and the Letters page.)
Are writers too self-effacing? We're not living in the 19th century. If writers want to be heard, if they want people to know about their works, they need to tell someone about them!