Part of what I've been doing in this blog is noodling around the questions of how adjunct writers' circumstances affect their writing (and writing teaching), and, by implication, to what.
You know how I hate just linking to someone else's writing. It's, well, so unoriginal. However, in today's edition of InsideHigherEd.com, Greg Zobel has an essay titled "The Adjuncts' Mandate.".
[private]People are always ready to give advice. The truth is that giving advice is never as easy as it seems. I am willing to bet that somewhere in the mapping.
Gregory Zobel has a terrific blog called Adjunct Advice. It's a terrific blog, because Zobel gives some terrific advice. I know that sounds simplistic, but it's true. About a week.
I am presenting at the March 2009 National Council of English Teacher's CCCCs Conference in San Francisco. I just visited the NCTE's web site and used their great conference event.
Greg Zobel, who writes the blog for Bedford St. Martin's web site, and a blog we featured in our piece on adjunct bloggers in the January/February 2008 issue of Adjunct.