I did a series - or more exactly, brought out a discussion - about free will last year, May We Believe Our Thoughts? There's 28 entries on that, so browsing may be the order of the day.
Philosopher Eddy Nahmias, last seen as a contributor to The Oxford Handbook On Free Will has an interesting essay over at Big Questions Online whether contemporary neuroscience supports or challenges the notion of free will. He comes down in favor of the "supports" camp, while acknowledging that many others think otherwise.
Via Maggie's Farm, specifically Bird Dog. Which brings me to another point: I used to have lists of things I should read that I felt bad about not getting to. With the internet, and specifically people like BD who uncover lots of interesting stuff nearly every day, I have the additional problem of things I would really like to read that I can't get to. There is just no way, and it hardly seems fair.