1. Introduction: Autofiction in English - The Story So Far: Hywel Dix.- 2. Does Autofiction Belong to French or Francophone Authors and Readers only?: Karen Ferreira-Meyers.- 3. Autofiction in the Third Person, with a Reading of Christine Brooke-Rose's Remake: Lorna Martens.- 4. How Art Constitutes the Human: Aesthetics, Empathy and the Interesting in Autofiction: Meg Jensen.- 5. Autoethnography in post-British Literatures: A Comparative Reading of Charlotte Williams and Jackie Kay: Lisa Sheppard.- 6. Graphic Autofiction and the Visualization of Trauma in Lynda Barry and Phoebe Gloeckner's Graphic Memoirs: Olga Michael.- 7. Illness Narratives and the Consolations of Autofiction: Graham J. Matthews.- 8. Lives in Story: Tim O'Brien's The Things They Carried: Sarah Foust Vinson.- 9. Unpicked and Remade: Creative Imperatives in John Burnside's Autofictions: Ricarda Menn.- 10) Autofiction as a Reflexive Mode of Thought: Implications for Personal Development: Celia Hunt.- 11. Autofictionalizing Reflective Writing Pedagogies: Risks and Possibilities: Amelia Walker.- 12. Roth is Roth as Roth: Autofiction and the Implied Author: Todd Womble.- 13. Self and Fiction in Walking to Hollywood: Alex Belsey.- 14. Eye to I: American Autofiction and its Contexts from Jerzy Kosinski to Dave Eggers: Bran Nicol.
Hywel Dix is Principal Lecturer in English and Communication at Bournemouth University, UK. He has published extensively on contemporary British literature, most notably in After Raymond Williams: Cultural Materialism and the Break-Up of Britain (Second Edition, 2013) and Postmodern Fiction and the Break-Up of Britain (2010). His wider research interests include postmodernism, critical cultural theory and life writing. His monograph about literary careers, The Late-Career Novelist, was published in 2017.