In my latest "News from Nowhere" column for Latin Liturgy, I track the discussion about the "reform of the reform" that followed from this blogpost: Thomas Kocik, "Reforming the Irreformable?", New Liturgical Movement.
I cite the following texts:
Fr Kocik's book, The Reform of the Reform?;
his paper "The 'Reform of the Reform' in Broad Context", Usus Antiquior 3.2 (July 2012), 102-14;
Hugh Somerville-Knapman, "The Lament of a Liturgical Loner", Dominus mihi adjutor;
Mark Daniel Kirby, "Let Nothing be Preferred to the Work of God", Vultus Christi;
the same blogger's "Home from the Liturgical Thirty Years War";
Cardinal Ratzinger's letter to Heinz-Lothar Barth in 2003;
Bishop Peter J. Elliott, "Reform of the Reform - Not Impossible", New Liturgical Movement;
Christopher Smith, "Is the Reform of the Reform Dead?", Chant Café;
Richard G. Cipolla, "The End of the 'Reform of the Reform'", Rorate Caeli;
Peter Kwasniewski, "Clarifications on the Reform of the Reform Controversy", New Liturgical Movement;
Joseph Shaw, "The Death of the Reform of the Reform?" Part I, LMS Chairman's Blog, and Part II, Part III, Part IV and Part V.