John Raffan has written a comment on another post, which deserves to be much more widely known:
On the topic of translations of Greek patristic texts, I would like to announce that I have made a new edition of the Commentary on the Psalter by Euthymius Zigabenus and have started to make an English translation of the work.
I have posted a draft translation of the Introduction and first 75 Psalms on my academia.edu page.
This, needless to say, is being done without payment or prospect of payment, since commercial demand for such work is essentially non-existent. If, however, anyone would like to sponsor the translation of a patristic work, I would very happily consider the proposition!
Dr Raffan is not kidding: available for download is a complete and rather splendid edition of the Greek, and also the translation in draft. And, curiously, nobody seems to be aware of it, for it has had only 3 downloads! Grab yours NOW!
Would somebody like to assist this very worthwhile project? Surely this should attract a publisher?