Encouraged by the support The Open Utopia has received so far I've gone ahead and found someone to translate -- from Latin (and a wee bit of Greek) to English -- the last remaining two letters published with the original printings of Utopia that are still under translation copyright. They will now be under a Creative Commons license.
The person doing the translating is Jake Butera: a recent PhD in classics who reads Medieval and Renaissance Latin, and, most important, gets Thomas More's mission and his sense of humor. (Incidentally, Jake also tutors my 8 year old son in Ancient Greek: a long story involving a learning disability and love for Percy Jackson.) While he's at it, Jake is also going to re-translate the marginalia written by More's literati friends and included in the first printings.
Onward toward Utopia!