The latest issue of Fat Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Body Weight and Society has just been published.
It's a special issue on Visual Representations of Fat and Fatness, edited by Stefanie Snider, who has published some illuminating work on this subject herself.
I'm looking forwards to reading 'As Big as a House: Representations of the Extremely Fat Woman and the Home' by Caroline Narby and Katherine Phelps; and Lauren Gurrieri's piece about the Stocky Bodies image library, which combines art and activism.
The journal is indispensible for anyone interested in Fat Studies. Alas, like many academically-orientated journals, it hides behind a paywall. People with access via their educational institutions should be fine (ask your librarian to subscribe), but if you're struggling to get your hands on these papers, please get in touch and we can work something out.