My poem “Week After” explores my experience with assault, rape, and emotional abuse in a year and a half long relationship with an older man.
Francisco J. De León Alonso···16 min read
Confessions of an ESL Student explores the significant role that English study played in my development as a student and adult.
Zsofia Czako, Walter Burgess and Marietta Morry···14 min read
In the autoethnographic "Spinach Lasagna", the narrator joins a family of southern Italians and learns that grieving is cultural.
Rina Palumbo···5 min read
"This is my childhood memory of realizing the power of laughter when everything interior and exterior makes me scared."
MC Guerrero···15 min read
"This is an autoethnographic narrative where I use my own marriage to tell a story about love, bodily autonomy, acceptance and illness."
Cornelius Fortune···14 min read
"This is an autoetnography of a black fatherhood journey which encapsulates my hopes, my fears, my love of baby and mother, while trying my best to make sense of a Black fatherhood I wanted so very dearly."
I introduce artistic autoethnography and how the term a/r/tifact opens up the imagination to the possibilities of autoethnographic artmaking.
Just like Puerto Rican immigrants, animals might land in a complex political landscape where some might welcome them, but some might not.
Marlen Harrison, Kasey McCormack, Sophie Olsen, Amanda Lapin and Addison Tice···17 min read
In today's new podcast & video Marlen Harrison talks with current marketing interns about the role of culture in using Google Ads.
Timothy Laurence Marsh···24 min read
“Manslation” explores several episodes from the author’s childhood and early adulthood that show the development of his sexual literacy.
Ethology is a highly fictionalized ethnographic account of my travels around Tanzania, East Africa during my teens.
Sandra L. Faulkner·
All ContentAutoethnographic MultimediaAutoethnographic PoetryFrom the EditorsVolume 3, Issue 1 (2023)··15 min read
"Bringing up Baby” is a collection of collage and erasure poems that function as praise for and critique of (white) mothering.