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Issue Details: First known date: 2017... 2017 Voice in Silence May Prefer Quiet of Privacy
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'The burgeoning of social media has forced a rapid transformation in how life writing nego­tiates the public and private. American writer Maggie Nelson describes public performances of intimacy that may be “fraudulent or narcissistic or dangerous or steamrolling or creepy”. It’s hard to evade the recording eye: phone camer­as, security footage, online commentary.' (Introduction)

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