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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.”

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All Autoethnographic Literary Nonfiction Autoethnographic Writing Volume 1, Issue 2 (2021)

Autoethnographic Literary Nonfiction: Cooking with Cannabis

“When I return to Sam’s place with the cheesecloth, I smell our “soup” pot. Shit. I envision the blotter headline: ECU Professor busted for marijuana. What a way to make my graduate mentors proud and to show success at this professor business.”