If you've been around a lot of Science Studies scholars lately, Donna Haraway's newest book, Staying with the Trouble, is a rightfully hot topic of conversation. But its large amount of new theoretical terminology, particularly its conspicuously long third chapter on "sympoiesis," can make it a bit of a time-commitment to read. Luckily, I spent virtually all of January digging my tentacles deep into the text, and weaving a thready web of all its arguments together into one concise book review. (Puns very much intended.)
Look for "Not that Cthulu," a review of Donna Haraway's Staying with the Trouble: Making Kin in the Chthulucene, forthcoming in Science Fiction Studies, July 2017.