Today, a brief interview on PBS with US Supreme Court Justice Scalia, who published in June Reading Law: The Interpretation of Legal Texts. In the interview he says the book sets out in detail the full range of originalism as he understands it (with the help of co-author Bryan Garner, Editor of Black's Law Dictionary). The first part is a rationale, reportedly, and the second a how-to. To my knowledge, this is quite novel for a sitting judge.
Originalism does not have much purchase in Canada, apparently, on the grounds that it is unnecessary to conceal the policy making of the courts behind elaborately wrought fig leaves (see A. M. Dodek (2009), 46 S.C.L.R. (2d) at n. 9 for some good leads into scholarly acknowledgements of this reality).