I knew going into last semester I wasn't going to produce that much. The job market takes as much time, energy, and emotional fortitude as you have to offer. This spring's productivity is not faring much better. While I haven't applied for any fellowships/jobs that have been pulled, I'm spending all my time getting some 'proposal' ready for various forms of funding (fellowships/post-docs/jobs) rather than producing any philosophy...and next fall we're back to the job market. Sometimes it feels like I'm already stuck in the adjunct's dilemma (only thank god I'm not adjuncting while colleges make their budget cuts).
-- Second Suitor