"The Teaching Life as a House of Troubles," by Don Riggs, American, British and Canadian Studies, June 1, 2017
"Academic Novels for Real People," by Ms. Mentor, The Chronicle of Higher Education, July 3, 2016
"When Opposites Attract: An Adjunct Takes to the Streets" by Joe Domino, The Huffington Post, April 25, 2016
"The Adjunct Novel" by Colleen Flaherty, Inside Higher Ed, November 3, 2016
"Heartbreaking Stories from Academia. . ." by Roslyn Fuller, AlterNet, September 20, 2016
(reprinted in Salon, Naked Capitalism, and Truthdig)
"An Interview with Alex Kudera, Author of Fight for Your Long Day" by Merritt Moseley, American, British and Canadian Studies, June 2016
"This Podcast Will Change Your Life: AWP Edition, Part 5 -- Patron Saint, Starring The Alex Kudera" by Ben Tanzer, This Podcast Will Change Your Life, August 17, 2016
"Interview with Alex Kudera Part 2" by Eric Gilliland, E. Patrick's Blog, May 31, 2016
"Interview with Alex Kudera Part 1" by Eric Gilliland, E. Patrick's Blog, May 24, 2016
"In Conversation: Lavinia Ludlow Interviews Alex Kudera" by Lavinia Ludlow, The Next Best Book Blog, April 26, 2016
"Interview with Alex Kudera" by Chris Kelso, Chris Kelso Blog, April 5, 2016
from Part I, Chapter 3: "Be Patient, Rover" at American, British and Canadian Studies
Part II, Chapter 1: "MasterCard Marxists and 403b Feminists" at The Rag
Part I, Chapters 1-3: Auggie's Revenge Sample at Beating Windward Press
Part I, Chapter 9: "Uncle Sam's Blood Money" at When Falls the Coliseum
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