The new issue of the Atlanta Review of Journalism History is now circulating – volume 11 (Spring 2014) includes essays focused on Oscar Wilde and his tour of the post-Reconstruction American South, debates over the abolition of debtor prisons, Karl Marx’s newspaper commentaries on the British rule of India, and sensational coverage of the Lizzy Borden murder case.  Leonard Teel works with a team of students to produce the journal, including editorial peer review. May Fawaz-Huber did managing editorial work on this issue. Older issues can be accessed here.