Readings of Warp, Weft, and Way will want to pay attention to the open-access journal Philosophy and Global Affairs, now in its second year. It has already published a number of intriguing essays and book reviews that engage with comparative philosophy (broadly construed); according to the editors, it:
…is a scholarly journal that publishes research and commentary on contemporary theoretical problems of global significance. It will include peer-reviewed articles, critical essays, and reviews for academic and non-academic readers in any country who share a sense of common global citizenship. The editorial team is particularly interested in the work of philosophers and theorists attuned to perspectives from the Global South. The journal’s goal is to establish a respected forum for theoretical discussion that is accessible to audiences across the humanities, social sciences, and life sciences.