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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.”

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

Autoethnographic Literary Nonfiction: The Reluctant Feminist – My Personal Relationship with Two Women Named Emily

“For me, being a feminist simply means I am a strong, independent woman who has ideas and thoughts of her own; but it also means something else, which is an idea that confuses even me. I mean, how could I be a feminist when I am also a conservative woman?”

Traditional Japanese classroom photo by Hiroyoshi Urushima for Unsplash
All Autoethnographic Literary Nonfiction Autoethnographic Writing Volume 1, Issue 1 (2021)

Autoethnographic Literary Nonfiction: The Closet in the Classroom

“I had no idea what the repercussions would be should I disclose my identity to my students. Would I be fired? Would I be questioned? Would I be told not to talk of such things? This reticence is a sad reflection on my internalized homophobia, my being still uncomfortable enough with my identity such that I had to worry about keeping it secret.”