Theory Q aims to publish works that keep queerness and theory in productively transformative relation to each other. The series treats both as unsettled questions that are open to unexpected connections. Encouraging a wide spectrum of critical approaches, Theory Q invites the rethinking of disciplinary logics, social life, aesthetic form, political and cultural practices, and criticism itself. It presupposes little about what constitutes sexuality except that norms are not laws. Most importantly, it seeks to cultivate bold and rigorous scholarship whose modes of thought aspire to enlarge what queerness and theory can do.