A Slave in the Paper Mines: The Diary of a Contract Professor

At the end of my career, I notice that I’ve persisted in an industry while many of my compatriots have long since left. Here I am re-examining what has inadvertently become a career. I never intended to be a permanent contract professor, but the joy of teaching, the students’ interests and needs, as well as a life-long curiosity kept me in a field which has not always welcomed me or my kind. More
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About Barry Pomeroy

Barry Pomeroy is a Canadian novelist, short story writer, academic, essayist, travel writer, and editor. He is primarily interested in science fiction, speculative science fiction, dystopian and post-apocalyptic fiction, although he has also written travelogues, poetry, book-length academic treatments, and more literary novels. His other interests range from astrophysics to materials science, from child-rearing to construction, from cognitive therapy to paleoanthropology.

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