Introduction: Critical Relationality: Queer, Indigenous, and Multispecies Belonging Beyond Settler Sex & Nature | Kim TallBear and Angela Willey

Sexual/Nature | Rebecca Anweiler

iMessaging Flesh, Friendship, and Futurities | Emily Coon and Nicole Land

The (Un)Natural Archive | Sophie Duncan

Ruximik Qak’u’x: Relacionalidades Ineludibles en el Arte Escenico De Grupo Sotz’il / Inescapable Relationalities in Grupo Sotz’il’s Performance Practice | María Regina Firmino-Castillo, Daniel Fernando Guarcax González, on behalf of Grupo Sotz’il, and Tohil Fidel Brito Bernal

Tracking Love in the Wild: from San Diego to Athens, Greece and Beyond | Alexandra Halkias

From Bits to Bodies: Perfect Humans, Bioinformatic Visualizations, and Critical Relationality | Jennifer A. Hamilton

Digital Nomads and Settler Desires: Racial Fantasies of Silicon Valley Imperialism | Erin McElroy

“Who Gave Your Body Back to You?” Literary and Visual Cartographies of Erotic Sovereignty in the Poetry of Qwo-Li Driskill | Naveen Minai

Distorted Love: Mapplethorpe, the Neo/Classical Sculptural Black Nude, and Visual Cultures of Transatlantic Enslavement | Lindsay Nixon

Fishy Pleasures: Unsettling Fish Hatching and Fish Catching on Pacific Frontiers | Cleo Woelfle-Erskine

Pili‘Oha/Kinship: (Re)Imagining Perceptions of Nature and More-Than-Human Relationality | Kimberley Greeson

Consume | Jay Fields

Monogamy Undone: Review of A. Willey’s Undoing Monogamy: The Politics of Science and the Possibilities of Biology (2016) | Rick W. A. Smith

Review of Donna Haraway, Staying with the Trouble: Making Kin in the Chthulucene (2016) | Irene Wolfstone

Contributor Bios

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Guest Editors: Kim TallBear and Angela Willey
Editor-in-Chief: Markus Reisenleitner
Managing Editor: Brent Ryan Bellamy
English Substantive and Copy Editor: Shama Rangwala
French Translator and Editor: Dominique Laurent
Web & PDF Layout and Design: Markus Reisenleitner

Image Credit: Sophie Duncan, “A Field Guide to Roman Imperialism in Three Plants”