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.
Jerrice J. Baptiste···3 min read
"I danced each morning with Pina Bausch. I became her pupil lifting my leg up in the air like a flamingo except feeling more awake than I’ve ever been."
Michelle Reale and Anne McCrary Sullivan···11 min read
Poet Anne McCrary Sullivan discusses her latest book Learning Calabar, Notes from a Poet’s Year in Nigeria with editor Michelle Reale.
I introduce artistic autoethnography and how the term a/r/tifact opens up the imagination to the possibilities of autoethnographic artmaking.
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.
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."
Guillermo Gil's newest book review examines Lidia Marte's Cimarrón Pedagogies, Notes on Auto-Ethnography as a Tool for Critical Education.
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.