In the most recent issue of JETS David Chapman and Andreas Köstenberger have published a new, extensive, annotated bibliography entitled "Jewish Intertestamental and Early Rabbinic Literature: An Annotated Bibliographic Resource Updated (Part 1)." This is an update of a bibliography they published back in 2000. Their method is "to list the most important works in the categories of: bibliography, critical text, translation, concordance/index, lexical or grammatical aides, introduction, and commentary" for all the major categories of Jewish literature roughly contemporary with the New Testament or important for exegesis of the NT. This is a great tool for anyone working in this literature and should be consulted regularly by NT exegetes. I look forward to the second part, and thanks to Chapman and Köstenberger for a very useful piece.