The Moth Chase

Elevating the Art of Procrastanalysis – Academics wasting time on pop culture

Transitions

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Well gentle readers, those of you still checking this site that is, it seems time to post a brief message about our long absence here. This blog was an experiment started by two grad students looking for a way to elevate our procrastanalysis and give order to our meandering reflections on pop culture. It was a discipline of writing in new voices, for new audiences, and collaboratively with each other. We are so grateful that other friends joined in and amazed at the “real life” friendships that were cultivated in this online space. And most of all we are so grateful for the readers who found us, stuck around, and participated in the conversation. Along the way we got “real” jobs, had kids, and found our procrastinating turning in new directions. We’ve been on an unofficial hiatus for a year, but it seems time to make it official. We are no longer generating new content, but the archives of this experiment will remain on this site. Thank you for helping us take our unseriousness more seriously while making it all the more fun.

Kathryn and Natalie

Written by themothchase

September 1, 2014 at 11:48 am

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  1. Sad news for your readers. I’ve enjoyed your discussions of the series we both followed. But life does move on. Wish the best for you and your families. Live long and prosper.

    Eldritch

    September 1, 2014 at 7:59 pm


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