I haven't posted anything on the blog in the last week or so; this is because I am under a deadline with a new anthology of Christian apocryphal writings that I'm co-editing. Its working title is More Christian Apocrypha, and it's being published by Eerdmans. Once my co-editor Tony Burke and I get it sent off to the publisher in a week or so, I'll resume fairly regular blogging.
In the meantime, you might like to check out my article on the Magi for the Bible Odyssey website (Bible Odyssey is the Society of Biblical Literature's public face, and has tons of great resources written by scholars), which they're front-paging for Epiphany! Early Christian traditions about the Magi is what I've spent most of my career thus far working on, particularly the strange text known as the Revelation of the Magi. I am including an introduction and summary of this text in the More Christian Apocrypha anthology, and here's a link to the hopefully final version of that piece if you'd like to take a look.