I've got a pile of catching up here:

From Scholia:

Lorna Hardwick & Christopher Stray (edd.), A Companion to Classical Receptions.

Daniel Ogden, In Search of the Sorcerer's Apprentice

Todd Penner and Caroline Vander Stichele (edd.), Mapping Gender in Ancient Religious Discourses.

Steven D. Smith, Greek Identity and the Athenian Past in Chariton

Fritz-Gregor Herrmann, Words and Ideas

From CJ Online:

HEJDUK, Clodia: A Sourcebook

STROH, Cicero: Redner, Staatsmann, Philosoph

VALAVANIS, Great Moments in Greek Archaeology

JONES, Juvenal and the Satiric Genre

CANFORA, Julius Caesar: The Life and Times of the People's Dictator.

From RBL:

Frederick E. Brenk, With Unperfumed Voice: Studies in Plutarch, in Greek Literature, Religion and Philosophy, and in the New Testament Background

Zeba A. Crook and Philip A. Harland, eds., Identity and Interaction in the Ancient Mediterranean: Jews, Christians and Others: Essays in Honour of Stephen G. Wilson

Andrew Bernhard, Other Early Christian Gospels: A Critical Edition of the Surviving Greek Manuscripts

Karin Finsterbusch, Armin Lange, and K. F. Diethard Römheld, eds., Human Sacrifice in Jewish and Christian Tradition

In the popular press:

Peter Green, Alexander the Great and the Hellenistic Age (Times)

Nigel P Brown, Nike, Nurses and Neon: The Ancient Greek and Latin Words We Use Every Day. (Examiner)

Mary Beard, Pompeii (Telegraph)

Ditto (Independent)

Ditto (Times)

Robin Lane Fox, Travelling Heroes (Telegraph)

Martin Goodman, Rome and Jerusalem: The Clash of Ancient Civilizations (not really "popular press")

Charlotte Higgins, It's All Greek to Me (Guardian)

Also seen:

John Clark, Jonathan Cotton,Jenny Hall,Roz Sherris, Londinium and Beyond: Essays on Roman London and its hinterland for Harvey Sheldon