Tom Smith’s review of my book The Treacherous Imagination: Intimacy, Ethics, and Autobiographical Fiction is now out in a/b: Autobiography Studies. He writes: “McGill is excellent in threading his way through the maze of conflicting claims made by writers defending their right to choose what to write and aggrieved readers who feel unfairly represented, betrayed, or violated. He . . . has carefully examined and thoroughly contextualized an effect of fiction often relegated to literary gossip or scholars’ entertainment.”
Those with institutional access to the journal can read the review here.