Plenty of action occurring in the SR world of late:
- The new Collapse volume on Geo/philosophy is now physically available for purchase.
- The Object Oriented Ontology Symposium has been set up by Ian Bogost on a wonderfully designed site.
- Graham Harman has a new interview online, along with a short introductory piece by myself, and a piece on art objects by Paul Sakoilsky. You can find them all at Indieoma’s new Open Ideas Project.
- Anthony Paul Smith has noted that there are slight changes to the upcoming Laruelle event on March 5. Find the new information here.
- Be sure to check out the fascinating cross-blog discussions on ethics occurring at Larval Subjects, Another Heidegger Blog, Critical Animal, and Immanence. [EDIT: And another interesting contribution at Speculum Criticum Traditionis.]
- Finally, Levi, Graham and myself have all but finished editing for The Speculative Turn. There’s no definite release date yet, but as soon as one is established it will be posted up here.