edit: Looks like Odysseys and Overlords is not as original as I thought; After buying the player's guide, it turns out it's a Basic Fantasy RPG hack. Still, that's one of the best games around to base things on.
Polyhedron 46, 47, 48, and 49 - 46 has the Bureaucrat class, 47 a greek themed adventure, while 48 and 49 mostly seem to be ads for AD&D 2e. 99 cents each.
Advanced Adventures #41: Forgotten Grottoes of the Sea Lords - From Keith Sloan, one of the better module writers out there, comes this adventure for levels 6 to 8 about an old pirate's lair. 18 pages, $7
Advanced Adventures #42: Dead in the Water - From someone I've never heard of comes this adventure for 3-5 levels. Doesn't sound like a great premise - you've been shipwrecked. 16 pages, $7
Advanced Adventures #43: The Warrens of Zagash - Another one from Keith Sloan, also for levels 6 to 8, this time set in a dwarven cave comlex. $7, 16 pages.
Cult of the Blue Crab - Something about smugglers (which I don't think makes much sense in a fantasy setting) and a cult. PWYW and 20 pages.
Spire of the Kobolds - Lowish level adventure for new OSR setting, Odysseys & Overlords (see below). $1, 9 pages
Fighting Foolishness 4: Fighting Ideas for OSR Games - This seems to be ways of making the fighter better, special abilities for them. 43 pages, $2.50
Ghost Ops OSR - Seems to be a games of modern special forces using OSR rules. 61 pages, $4.99
Odysseys and Overlords: Player's Guide - Looks like a new OSR game with a somewhat gritty setting. The rules seem to be 1e-ish, but with only 5 classes and 4 races (strange races at that). 56 pages, $3.99
Odysseys and Overlords: GM's Guide - Companion book to above, with monsters, treasure and such. 61 pages, $4.99
Friday Enhanced Map 5-3-19 - This is pretty fancy looking, looks like it could be a Lovecraftian critter lair or something belonging to a mad wizard. $1