2020 has been a year rich in Sidonius publications, second only to 2014: 81 individual pieces across articles, contributions to collective volumes (Lo specchio del modello, Leisure and the Muses, and the Companion), and related output. For comparison the distribution over the past decade (583 items in all):
In the new Anthologie bilingue de la poésie latine in the Pléiade series, Sidonius is represented with two fragments of the Panegyric to Avitus (Carm. 7, lines 20-50 and 118-55), the famous quip on the Burgundians (Carm. 12), and the classic Envoi (Carm. 24), in a translation by René Martin.
Philippe Jamet (–> Wikipedia), in his novel Le coucher du Tibre (Paris: Cylibris, 2000), imagines that Majorian wrote a visionary memoir, addressed to Sidonius Apollinaris and intended to perpetuate Rome’s grandeur in a new world.
(Thanks go to Prof. Étienne Wolff for signalling this.)