Thursday, January 23, 2014

More E-Book News...and Also, Take the Ph.D Debt Survey!

Hey friends!

I that this e-book craziness is all but over for me, I will get back to updating this blog more regularly. I have missed writing here!! And with postacademia and problems of academic labor blowing up all over the internet and the blogosphere, there are certainly a lot of topics I could discuss!

But, today I have two quick things to tell you about.

First ... for those of you who have e-book devices other than a Kindle, our book ("Moving On: Essays on the Aftermath of Leaving Academia") is now available for purchase in EPUB format on Here's the link.

Again, the book is value-priced at $2.99, and all proceeds will go toward the maintenance of the HTLA site. (Including the forums, which we are still working on!)

As before ... we kindly ask you to leave reviews of the book on either site or on your blog, and to tell your friends about our book if you think they would benefit from it!

In news not related to me or my blog..............

Saturday, January 4, 2014

The E-Book is Published!!!

(Cross-posted from the HTLA site.)

Kathleen, Lauren, Jet and I are thrilled to announce that Moving On: Essays on the Aftermath of Leaving Academia has now been released!! We’ve been working on this book for a year and are excited to share these wonderful stories with everyone interested in the experience of leaving academia.

Here is the link to where you can purchase the book on Amazon for your Kindle, or simply to read in your browser via Amazon. In the next few months, we will be also adding the book to Smashwords for use on readers other than the Kindle, so stay tuned!

The e-book is $2.99, and costs go towards publication expenses and site maintenance. We priced it as low as possible to make sure it’s available to anyone, even us brokeass ex-grads. It would also make a great gift to anyone you know going through this.

If and when you read the book, please leave a review on Amazon. THANK YOU for your support of our project and for your support of all post-academics.