Memoir

 

Araeen, R. (1984) Making Myself Visible. London Kala Press (Third Text Publications).

 

Baker, B. (2010) Diary Drawings: Mental Illness and Me. London: Profile Books.

See here for audio slideshow:

https://www.theguardian.com/books/interactive/2011/oct/10/bobby-baker-diary-audio-slideshow

 

Emin, T. (2005) Strangeland. London: Sceptre.

 

Fisher, M. (2014) The Ghosts of My Life: Writings on Depression, Hauntology and Lost Futures. London: Zero Books.

 

Gay, R. (2016) Hunger: A Memoir of (My) Body. London: Cosair.

 

Hall, S. (2017) Familiar Stranger: A Life Between Two Islands. London: Penguin Books.

 

Levy, D. (2014) Things I Don’t Want To Know: A response to George Orwell’s 1946 essay ‘Why I Write’. London: Penguin.

 

Louis, É. (2017) The End of Eddy. London: Harvill Secker.

Nelson, M (2016) The Argonauts. London: Melville House

Also available as an audiobook via audible, read by the author

Smith, Patti (2011) Just Kids. London. Bloomsbury Paperbacks

Also available as an audiobook via audible, read by the author

Thorn, T.  (2014) Bedsit Disco Queen. London: Virago.

Also available as an audiobook via audible, read by the author

 

Autofiction (aka autobiographical novel)

 

Jacques, J. (2015) TRANS: A memoir. London: Verso.

 

McGowan, R. (2018) Brave. California: HarperOne.

 

Preciado, P. B. (2013) Testo Junkie: sex, drugs and biopolitics in the pharmacopornographic era. New York: The Feminist Press.*

* Short extract: http://worker01.e-flux.com/pdf/article_8966854.pdf