We are excited to announce a second edition of the Nineteenth-Century Serials Edition (ncse). Funded by King’s College London, and Birkbeck, University of London, it has been upgraded by King’s Digital Lab to survive the challenges of its second decade. It remains an edition of six key titles from across the period – the Monthly Repository, Northern Star, Leader, English Woman’s Journal, Tomahawk, and Publishers’ Circular – but the Facsimiles portion has been completely redesigned and augmented (see https://ncse.ac.uk/periodicals/). As well as new navigation and display, this part of the resource now has visual realisations of statistics for each title, a new bibliography covering the last decade, two new reflective essays (one on the new edition and the other on the development of the field), and the first of a series of pedagogical pieces (on how ncse’s Tomahawk illustrations by Matt Morgan, might be used in the classroom).
First launched in 2008 and now in its second edition, ncse remains free and open to all. (Laurel Brake, Jim Mussell, and Mark Turner)