APOCRYPHAL GOSPELS in the Blogosphere:
Reports on the Secret Mark Symposium at York University:
Report on Secret Gospel of Mark Symposium Pt 1 (Ryan D. Wettlaufer)
Report on Secret Gospel of Mark Symposium Pt 2 (Ryan D. Wettlaufer, to be continued)
Thoughts on the Secret Gospel of Mark Conference (Sarah Veale)
Secret Mark in Toronto ("the_cave")
Secret Mark Symposium: A Student’s View (Calogero A. Miceli)
It seems there is no consensus on whether Secret Mark is a forgery.
Alin Suciu has identified a Coptic fragment of the Garshuni Lament of the Virgin: The Identity of a Coptic Apocryphal Fragment in the British Library (Layton no. 100).
UPDATE: Also, April DeConick has a post on Digital images of Nag Hammadi collection. The images include the apocryphal gospels in the Nag Hammadi library. Last summer I linked to the same site for an image of some Psalms material inscribed on a cave wall.
UPDATE: Tony Burke, the organizer of the Secret Mark symposium, has posted his own account at Apocryphicity:
Reflections on the Secret Mark Symposium, part 1
Reflections on the Secret Mark Symposium, part 2
Also, there's more on the images of those Nag Hammadi codices at AWOL.
UPDATE (11 May): Report on Secret Gospel of Mark Symposium Pt 3 (Ryan Wettlaufer)