Sunday, November 3, 2013

Atticus Books on adjuncts

Dan Cafaro slapped down more of his mouth where his money is, and added a nice post on adjunct advocacy with relevant links to the Atticus Books blog. Many, if not most, Atticus titles focus on how the less secure American working person navigates the arduous task of surviving in our "culture of late capitalism," "neoliberal economy," or whatever else you'd prefer to call it. His latest publication, a novel in stories called Sidewalk Dancing, appears to have an intriguing multi-ethnic, transnational premise.

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