A review of Richard McKirahan's Philoponus, On Aristotle Posterior Analytics 1.9-18 has been posted on BMCR: "this book is an important publication that will certainly help to make the work of Philoponus better known. The translation – the first ever into any modern language – makes the Greek text accessible to those with little or no Greek and will be an indispensable tool for students and scholars of ancient thought. The notes clarify many strange passages and provide valuable information about the tradition Philoponus is working in. Moreover, the book is well edited. Thus, there can be no doubt that many scholars and students will find the book highly useful." Full review here.
100 volumes have now been sent to press and will hopefully be published by the end of this year. The 100th volume - now being checked in proof - is Carlos Steel's translation of Ps.-Simplicius, On Aristotle On the Soul 3.6-13 (details on Amazon). This is the fourth and final volume of translation of this commentary; indeed it completes the translation of the entire ancient body of commentaries on the De Anima. It is fitting that Carlos Steel should be completing the task of translating Ps.-Simplicius in DA given that he (with Fernand Bossier) was one of the first to challenge its traditional attribution to Simplicius, proposing Priscian of Lydia as the author. Steel considers afresh the question of authorship in the introduction to this new volume.
Richard Sorabji discusses the Ancient Commentators on Aristotle with Peter Adamson in the latest episode of Peter's History of Philosophy Without any Gaps podcast. Now that Peter is well into the philosophy of late antiquity his series includes number of relevant episodes, including Alexander of Aphrodisias, Porphyry, Proclus, and Philoponus.