In this essay, I offer a review of the book, On (Writing) Families: Autoethnographies of Presence and Absence, Love and Loss, edited by Jonathan Wyatt and Tony E. Adams. An important contribution to the field of authethnography, this book will appeal not only to scholars of family and of qualitative inquiry, but also to people struggling to find meaning in the crazy complexities of family relationships.
Autoethnography, Family, Writing
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Gullion, J. S. (2015). Together, Apart. A Review of On (Writing) Families: Autoethnographies of Presence and Absence, Love and Loss, Edited by Jonathan Wyatt and Tony E. Adams. The Qualitative Report, 20(3), 312-313. Retrieved from https://nsuworks.nova.edu/tqr/vol20/iss3/9