I'm always glad to see work on free will published in Analysis, partly because it means I'll be able to read the articles fairly soon after they come out, since they are usually bite-sized (though of course even a bite-sized morsel can pack quite a punch!). So I'm glad to see that the October 2007 issue has a piece by Saul Smilansky entitled, "Determinism and prepunishment: the radical nature of compatibilism". I haven't received my copy of the journal yet, but I look forward to reading this piece.
You may also be interested to know that Lynne Rudder Baker has an article forthcoming in the January 2008 issue (you can find the preprint here) on the Consequence Argument, in which she references Joe Campbell's excellent Analysis piece we discussed a bit earlier.
And finally, congrats to fellow Gardener Alan White on his forthcoming piece on time (co-authored with Nathan Oaklander), which also appears in the October 2007 issue.