Wayne Riggs has a new (or at least new to me) paper up on his website entitled Why Epistemologists are So Down on Their Luck. Take a look!
UPDATE: The paper is a clear instance of value-driven epistemology, which I like, and it argues for a version of the knowledge-as-credit thesis, considering at length Duncan’s views about epistemic luck. On this topic, I think Jennifer presented a paper at the Pacific meeting claiming counterexamples to the thesis here, but I don’t find it online yet.
FURTHER UPDATE: Wayne notes in the comments that the paper is on Jennifer’s website, which I inexplicably overlooked. The paper is here.