The first Journal of Queer Nihilism
This very pretty spanking new journal collects writings of queer nihilism, including from some of the people who wrote for Pink and Black (r.i.p.).
The first article is a more accessible and consistent take on Lee Edelman's concepts from No Future, the fascinating (if irritating) book that discusses the Child as the organizing concept of society, as well as strictly negative definitions of queerness. A deep challenge to identity in general, and queer identity in particular. Worth the price of the journal all on its own.
Other pieces are on jouissance, nothingness, revenge, and wildness.
Smart and provocative writing in an elegant object to hold; doesn't get better than this...