Today yields two humbling approaches to Alien Phenomenology.
First, an article by Evan Selinger in the Italian newspaper Corriere della Sera, L'anima delle cose ("the soul of things"). It's in Italian, but I'm sure you can figure out how to read it somehow. Corriere della Sera is a very old and respected Italian daily, so it's particularly nice to see my work covered in that context.
Second, Darius Kazemi has posted notes on the first chapter of Alien Phenomenology amassed from an online reading group he and a number of other folks interested in philosophy and videogames (separately or together) have been conducting for some years. The participants cited include Ben Abraham, Daniel Joseph, Brendan Keogh, Nick Lalone, and Michel McBride-Charpentier. They cover a number of topics, but Darius has curated the discussion into the topics Infinity, Things that don't exist, Explaining OOO to scientists, and Non-boring philosophy & de-centering the human. The discussion also includes a number of trips into Harman's and Bryant's writings. Worth a read, whether or not you've read my book yet. I'm hoping Darius will post more of these summaries, and I'll link to them when and if he does.