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All Autoethnographic Literary Nonfiction Autoethnographic Writing Special Issue 2022-23: Bodily Autonomy

Bodily Autonomy: A Fetus for a Fetus

LEARN MORE “Bodily Autonomy: A Fetus for a Fetus” explores the cultural issues of what it means to be a woman, and how these expectations surrounding our fertility limit and even exploit our personhood. My story shows the disconnect between a spoken standard that is supposed to embrace “all life” and the hypocrisy that our …
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All Autoethnographic Literary Nonfiction Autoethnographic Writing Volume 1, Issue 1 (2021)

Autoethnographic Literary Nonfiction: “Mourning (Unfinished)”

"I cried for Andie and the baby chicks I heard but didn’t get to meet. I cried for my baby I heard and didn’t get to meet. And I cried for myself that I had been living with such anger and resentment for other women, my sisters in the world, for years because I didn’t get a chance to talk about and heal from my own tragedy."