The pathbreaking artist recounts milestones in her life through letters she wrote to her mother.
For both good and bad, first-time filmmaker Rebeca Huntt is “the lens, the subject, the authority” of Beba.
After her closest friend leapt to his death, the poet recorded her memories of him every day for a year.
Ai Weiwei’s childhood recollections are vividly violent.
In her new memoir Camgirl, screenwriter Isa Mazzei joins the long tradition of women who use the personal to explore and deconstruct sex and culture.
Almost four years after her death, My Mother Laughs, the last book by the pioneering director, has been translated into English.
Immigration accounts by Ayelet Tsabari and Sophia Shalmiyev question how self-identity is understood.
For the past two years, we’ve been following the strange saga of criminalized Japanese “vagina artist” Megumi Igarishi.
Poet, pianist, and visual artist Anne-Marie Levine’s collected memoir, Reculer Pour Mieux Sauter: The Complete Works Volumes 1–12 (Project Projects), takes the form of a collaged scrapbook.
Many people know that David Wojnarowicz was an excellent artist, but fewer probably know that he was also an excellent writer. 7 Miles a Second, originally put out by DC Comics in 1996 and recently republished by Fantagraphics Books, is a memoir comprised of personal stories mixed with dreams, hallucinatory images, and social commentary.