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Painting of two women by Mary Cassat from Shelbourne Museum
All Autoethnographic Literary Fiction Features Volume 2, Issue 2 (2022)

Autoethnographic Literary Fiction: Processing Parental Grief, “The Sweater”

"Processing Parental Grief" As she started to tear up, the sweater instantly felt like her mother's arms wrapping around her. In that moment, Kathy realized she would never again be able to hide in that sweater while her mother was wearing it.
Photo-of-Bangladeshi-bride-by-Kbanik79-for-Pixabay
All Autoethnographic Literary Fiction Autoethnographic Writing Features Volume 2, Issue 1 (2022)

Autoethnographic Literary Fiction: Three Bangladeshi Women – Part 1, Meena

"My stories are meant to give women from Bangladesh a chance to show their strength and resilience. It is a way for me to try to connect with the rest of the world despite the differences in language and culture."