Tim Bulkeley has posted the latest biblioblog carnival at his blog Sansblogue. These carnivals feature a wealth of online posts on biblical studies in the last month and, though I am not sure how many bloggers remember, was originally started by my one-time undergraduate Professor Tyler Williams. You can get a list of them at the Biblioblog Top 50 website and they are now organized by Philip J. Long. Tim also highlights the concerns several have expressed that the Review of Biblical Literature, an online journal reviewing the latest books in biblical research, is no longer available to the public and can only be accessed by becoming a member of the academic Society of Biblical Literature. As an occasional reviewer, I also wish these were still open-access because I think we should be doing our best to inform the public on the latest of biblical scholarship.