Leiter points us to this affecting and mostly affectionate remembrance of Richard Rorty by Raymond Geuss.
I don't know what it says about me, but I find Geuss's work to be exceptionally clear; it's in a voice that just works for me and its usually about stuff I care about. It sticks. Rorty's voice has always been an effort for me, even when it's about stuff I care about. And then I have to re-read it.