Negotiating the Paradox: Adjuncts & Writing

If you're an adjunct, scrambling to make ends meet, how do you find time to write? Well, if you look Jill Carroll's advice on time management for adjuncts in The Chronicle from 2001 , you'll see all kinds of solid tips…and no mention of writing. Well, that's...

AA 52 More Perspectives   I'd like to continue last week's process of breaking out of my own habitual limits by seeing the topic of adjuncts and writing from other.

Did anyone else waste their youth? I mean, does anyone else remember Mad Magazine's  Spy vs. Spy cartoons? Created by Antonio Prohias, these cartoons starred two sharp featured caricatures of.

I received a brief and surprising email today. The first surprise was that the email arrived at all. You see, I'd emailed Elizabeth Strout, whose complex and often lovely novel in stories Olive Kitteridge. (If you haven't read Olive Kitteridge, I highly suggest it. There's...
As I noted last week, many schools don't have a strong sense that adjuncts write. (Okay, that's putting it mildly…) As a result, they don't provide much funding for conference attendance. Actually, that too is putting it mildly. Many schools provide no funds at all...
This week we've got a rare perspective on the question of adjuncts and writing: a brief interview with a university president who is also a former adjunct. Alan Walker is president of Upper Iowa University. He's a former (and long term) adjunct—and president of a...
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