I am currently working on three books, in various stages of completion. The most nearly complete is a book about reference called Referring to the World: An Opinionated Introduction to the Theory of Reference. It was commissioned by Oxford ages ago and should be finished soon -- any day now. The second book, which is a longer term project is calledToward a Natural History of Normativity. It contains a naturalization of many things normative -- including ethical norms, linguistic norms, epistemic norms, and logical norms. The third book, which is still a bit of a gleam in my eyes, will be called Pragmatics Everywhere. It grows out of my most recent work on the pragmatics of communication -- about which I have written a fair amount, but in somewhat scattered and occasional form. This book will collect my thoughts on pragmatics under one heading.
In my spare time, I also co-host a nationally syndicated radio show, called Philosophy Talk . We bill ourselves as the Program that Questions Everything --- Except Your Intelligence. I do this with my friend, colleague and collaborator, John Perry. Unbelievably, we've been at it for five years now and are still going strong.