Publications by: Emma Maguire

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Cardell, Kylie, Harous, Christiana, Maguire, Emma, and Woodyatt, Lydia (2023) How Can Publishers Support the Authors of Trauma Memoirs As They Unpack Their Pain for the Public? The Conversation.

Maguire, Emma (2023) #MeToo Tells Us That Legal Systems Have Failed Women. Mai: feminism & visual culture, 11.

Maguire, Emma (2023) A Mother’s Milk: Motherhood, Trauma, and Monstrous Children in Folk Horror. In: Craven, Allison, and Balanzategui, Jessica, (eds.) Monstrous Beings and Media Cultures: Folk Monsters, Im/Materiality, Regionality. Horror and Gothic Media Cultures . Amsterdam University Press, Amsterdam, Netherlands, pp. 145-171.

Maguire, Emma (2023) New Aussie Black Comedy Totally Completely Fine Explores Suicide, Grief, Isolation and the Power of Human Connection. The Conversation.

Maguire, Emma (2023) New Aussie Drama Bad Behaviour Gives Us A Complex Portrayal of Girlhood and Queer Stories. The Conversation.

Maguire, Emma (2023) Shame, Trauma, and the Body After #MeToo: The Year in Australia. Biography, 46 (1). pp. 1-4.

Maguire, Emma (2022) Book review of "Lohrey: Contemporary Australian Writers" by Julieanne Lamond. Melbourne University Press, 2022. ISBN: 9780522878936. Journal of the Association for the Study of Australian Literature, 23 (1).

Maguire, Emma (2022) Book review of "Witnessing Girlhood: toward an intersectional tradition of life writing" by Leigh Gilmore & Elizabeth Marshall. New York, USA, Fordham University Press, 2019. ISBN: 978-0-8232-8548-8. Auto/Biography Studies, 37 (2). pp. 362-367.

Maguire, Emma (2022) Limoncello. Superlative, 3.

Maguire, Emma (2022) More Than a Murder Mystery: Savage River is a Gripping New Take on the Australian Gothic. The Conversation.

Maguire, Emma (2022) Rev. of New Forms of Self-Narration: Young women, life writing and human rights. a/b: Auto/Biography Studies, 37 (3). pp. 536-542.

Maguire, Emma (2021) Facebook Society: Losing Ourselves in Sharing Ourselves by Roberto Simanowski (review). Biography, 44 (4). pp. 672-676.

Maguire, Emma (2020) Choke me, daddy?: the subversive power of consensual pain. Lip Magazine, 25 February 2020.

Maguire, Emma (2020) Kokomo by Victoria Hannan: a millennial fiction that spans generations. The Conversation, 30 July 2020.

Maguire, Emma (2020) Teaching life reading and life writing through archives. In: [Presented at the International Auto/Biography Association: Teaching Life Writing Conference]. From: International Auto/Biography Association: Teaching Life Writing Conference, 10-11 December 2020, Virtual.

Maguire, Emma (2020) Under the Corn. Verity La.

Gertz, Janine, Maguire, Emma, Petray, Theresa, and Smith, Bryan (2020) Violence. M/C Journal, 23 (2).

Maguire, Emma (2020) Ways of seeing sex. Sūdō Journal, 2.

Maguire, Emma (2020) Young women won’t be told how to behave, but is #girlboss just deportment by another name? The Conversation, 26 February 2020.

Maguire, Emma (2019) Self-help: Yumi Sakugawa’s Instagram account. European Journal of Life Writing, 8.

Maguire, Emma (2019) Constructing the “Instagirl,” deconstructing the self-brand: Amalia Ulman’s Instagram hoax. European Journal of Life Writing, 8. pp. 12-32.

Maguire, Emma (2019) Girls' auto/biographical media: the importance of audience reception in studying undervalued life narrative. In: Douglas, Kate, and Barnwell, Ashley, (eds.) Research Methodologies for Auto/biography Studies. Routledge, New York, USA, pp. 200-207.

Maguire, Emma (2019) Reality slippages and narcissistic stereotyping - watching Content, a TV show made for smart phones. The Conversation.

Maguire, Emma (2019) Satelle's machine. Scum Mag, 2 September 2019.

Maguire, Emma, and Cardell, Kylie (2019) Sluts and sex objects: memoir and the millennial journalist. In: Joseph, Sue, and Keeble, Richard Lance, (eds.) Sex and Journalism: critical, global perspectives. Bite-Sized Books, Goring, UK, pp. 37-45.

Butterworth, Lauren, Pryor, Melanie, and Maguire, Emma (2019) The witch and the personal essay: feminism, magic, and the auto/biographical 'I'. In: [Presented at the Australasian Association of Writing Programs 24th Annual Coference]. From: Australasian Association of Writing Programs (AAWP) 24th Annual Conference: writing through..., 25-27 November 2019, Sydney, NSW, Australia.

Maguire, Emma (2018) Girls, Autobiography, Media: gender and self-mediation in digital economies. Palgrave Studies in Life Writing . Palgrave Macmillan, Cham, Switzerland.

Kennedy, Umit, and Maguire, Emma (2018) The texts and subjects of automediality. M/C Journal, 21 (2).

Faini, Maria, Lael Netzer, Orly, and Maguire, Emma (2017) Collaboration. Auto/Biography Studies, 32 (2). pp. 247-250.

Cardell, Kylie, Douglas, Kate, and Maguire, Emma (2017) 'Stories': social media and ephemeral narratives as memoir. In: Avieson, Bunty, Giles, Fiona, and Joseph, Sue, (eds.) Mediating Memory: tracing the limits of memoir. Routledge Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Literature . Routledge, New York, NY, USA, pp. 157-172.

Faini, Maria, Netzer, Orly Lael, and Maguire, Emma (2017) Students and New Scholars: A Conversation. Auto/Biography Studies, 32 (2). pp. 383-384.

Maguire, Emma (2016) Who should have the body? A confession about listening to rape testimony. Feminartsy, 25 October 2016.

Cardell, Kylie, and Maguire, Emma (2015) Hoax politics: blogging, betrayal, and the intimate public of A gay girl in Damascus. Biography, 38 (2). pp. 205-221.

Maguire, Emma (2015) Potential: Ariel Schrag Contests (Hetero-)Normative Girlhood. In: Cardell, Kylie, and Douglas, Kate, (eds.) Telling Tales: Autobiographies of Childhood and Youth. Routledge, Abingdon, UK, pp. 53-65.

Maguire, Emma (2015) Self-branding, hotness, and girlhood in the video blogs of Jenna Marbles. Biography, 38 (1). pp. 72-86.

Maguire, Emma (2014) Home, about, shop, contact: constructing an authorial persona via the author website. M/C Journal, 17 (3).

Sheridan, Susan, and Maguire, Emma (2014) Relationships to the bush in Nan Chauncy's early novels for children. Journal of the Association for the Study of Australian Literature, 14 (3).

Maguire, Emma (2013) Potential: Ariel Schrag contests (hetero-)normative girlhood. Prose Studies, 35 (1). pp. 54-66.

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