Joel Kalvesmaki has provided a bibliography of (if I'm not mistaken) over 1700 entries for Septuagint studies, which is now available through Zotero. If you are not aware of Zotero, I highly recommend checking out this free bibliography management software. The Septuagint bibliography is accessible at http://www.zotero.org/groups/septuagint but membership is by invitation, so if you would like to add this group to your Zotero account, send me a message at http://www.zotero.org/message/compose?r ... t=kmpenner
Because the bibliography was converted from ProCite format to Zotero via RIS, some data has been lost in the conversion process. Volunteers to clean up the entries would be appreciated!