The proliferation of autoethnographies offers scholars and writers multiple opportunities to consider the various methods of authorial positioning in qualitative research inquiry. In this article, I review Guyana Diaries: Women's Lives across Difference, by Kimberly D. Nettles, while reflecting my own choices as an autoethnographic author. Autoethnographic writing is presented as a 'never-ending story,' which may have lasting, transformative effects on those who produce it
Autoethnography, Representation of Self and Other, Identity, Authorial Positioning, Arts-Based Inquiry
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Charles, L. L. (2008). Autoethnography as a Never-Ending Story: A Review of Guyana Diaries: Women’s Lives across Difference. The Qualitative Report, 13(3), 35-38. Retrieved from http://nsuworks.nova.edu/tqr/vol13/iss3/17