I just found out that Stephen Read's edition of Thomas Bradwardine's Insolubilia is available. This is the first full translation of Bradwardine's work on paradoxes. (For more on insolubles, see here.) The edition has a long introduction by Stephen Read, comparing Bradwardine's theory both to medieval and contemporary approaches to semantic paradoxes. The text, which contains both the Latin and the English, is based on all thirteen known manuscripts. Highly recommended reading, not only for historians of logic, but for anyone interested in paradoxes.