Anthony Paul Smith and Daniel Whistler have just had their edited collection released, After the Postsecular and the Postmodern, featuring cutting-edge work in philosophy of religion. It includes a number of works that make use of the speculative realist philosophers and should become a reference point for this field. While the cost of the book is unfortunate, most university libraries have easy-to-use systems set up to request the purchase of a book.
The newest issue of Parrhesia includes a new essay from Laruelle, translated by Alexander Galloway (along with a number of other really interesting articles and a roundtable on Nathan Widder’s book Reflections on Time and Politics).
Finally, a recent conference devoted to Gilbert Simondon’s work has made a number of the papers available online. Definitely worth checking out. (H/T Nandita)