All ContentAutoethnographic Flash NonfictionAutoethnographic Literary FictionVolume 3, Issue 4 (2023)··19 min read
This short story about a night in a shed is an attempt to encourage any reader to think about the stories that circulate within communities.
Alphonso Juries···13 min read
This work is part of a larger ethnography of scars, one that addresses the intersection medicine, religion, and body politics in (among other places) Nebraska.
Guillermo Rebollo Gil···13 min read
“Answering the Call of Conscience in the Call Out Culture” continues my accounting of, and critical reflection on, the ethical and political dimensions of having been falsely accused of sexual assault online.
is an essay about the way technology can intrude and obscure what may be our most important human experiences
I use autoethnography to provide first-hand observations in the predominantly conservative English classroom as a way to analyze and understand a rise in toxic masculinity and its detrimental impacts.
Robert Vetter···11 min read
In this essay, the current reality of queerness is juxtaposed against milestones in my own life as a queer man in America.