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The <a href="http://literaryrevolution.com">ULA</a> had a table of its new <a href="http://ulapress.com">$5 zinebooks</a> at the renowned old block party, the "Dally in the Alley" in the supposedly ultraviolent Cass Corridor of Detroit. Thousands of locals partied all day and night. Fun everywhere. Bands, booze, a sideshow just down from us. We sold a lot of zinebooks! The general public seemed receptive to the ULA cause. Detroit has a great no-holds-barred up-front zero-overhead style. It's receptive to new things. It's a rare affordable urban area. Much of the culture is DIY (since it's lost so much infrastructure). Yet there's still a classic core -- it's walkable -- the air is clean -- the danger is way overplayed -- NYC in the 80's was far worse than Detroit today. Seems like it's readying for an upswing.
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