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.
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."
H. E. Riddleton···14 min read
"My poems for this special issue seek to document a history of my choice, not just personally but humanly, to use autoethnography to weave through the personal and the political."
Richard Stimac···23 min read
"In this autoethnodrama, a woman terminates a pregnancy without telling her husband."
"This autoethnographic poetry is born of my personal experience, witness, as well as currently chronicled and ancestral lore."
Detroit Richards···12 min read
"I write at length about my experiences surviving rape and abuse as a Western woman in Japan. I was lucky to get out alive."
Marlen Harrison···1 min read
"The AutoEthnographer announces a new call for submissions for a late 2022 special issue, 'Bodily Autonomy Rights (Abortion, Circumcision, Contraception).'"
"This essay on bodily autonomy specifically discusses abortion access and rights in the United States and Canada, and the politics that often follow."
Emily Kiessling···3 min read
"Damned," the first publication in The AutoEthnographer's Bodily Autonomy issue, is the product of my confused reflection and internal conversations with the culture that raised me."