This is a conversation with Patricia Leavy about writing fiction during the pandemic and her new novel, The Location Shoot.
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.
"Autoethnography and culture: Embodied inquiry is not a formula, or methodology, but a way of being, being open to the body as a source of knowledge, wonder, difficulty, fragility and utter joy."
"This journal is the culmination of my life’s work as a writing teacher, writer, and farmer. In the pages of this journal, you will find coverage for everything from raising chickens to jam recipes to poetry about farming and Nature."
Marlen Harrison and Jacob Meadows···11 min read
"It is in finding these solutions, the tape and the glue that holds us all together, that we find the beauty of who we are as people."
M. Soledad Caballero and Marlen Harrison···16 min read
"I’ve already resisted that scholarship is not creative and poetry is not part of my scholarly self. I think the idea of autoethnography allows for that cultural divide between the creative and academic to be really disrupted."
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.
Shanita Mitchell and Renata Ferdinand···4 min read
How do creatives find joy in artistic performance as a form of black feminist autoethnography? Podcast & video.
Marlen Harrison···15 min read
"Award-winning artist, Suzanne Hughes, talks about autoethnography and painting. Suzanne is responsible for the cover art for our special issue based on climate change."
Marlen Harrison and Nadine Khair···16 min read
"Dr. Nadine Khair discusses why autoethnography is essential to successful businesses in this latest podcast."
Dilek Isler Hayirli···9 min read
"In Turkey, we must consider opening folklore & the social sciences, but this time more powerfully, staggeringly, and creatively."
Patricia Leavy and Marlen Harrison···10 min read
"In our latest chat, Patricia Leavy discusses the evolution of the self-coined social fiction genre and offers a sneak peek at her latest publication, Film Blue."