I'm currently working on two projects. The first is a book called The Liar, the Bald man and the Hangman, on (but not exclusively) the three paradoxes named in the title. The second is on speaker meaning and in particular on trying to understand the mechanism by means of which speakers exploit the particularities of a conversational situation (including what they believe are the beliefs of their conversational partners) to produce concise utterances the meanings of which are clear to the conversational participants but which might need spelling out to outsiders.