You may have thought there were enough print journals in the world already (cf. our previous discussion here) - especially if you are a librarian with finite shelf space and a strict budget. But not everyone would agree with you, especially not the publishers and presumably the editors of a new journal called Early Christianity, which according to its editorial manifesto, focuses on the study of early Christianity as a historical phenomenon, and deals with both first and second century (and beyond that judging from the first issue). In the first issue (available as a sample free here, otherwise 199 Euros for four issues per annum) there are lots of interesting articles (mostly, it must be admitted, on Pauline theology [a subject which I believe is sometimes treated in other journals]), including a section on New Discoveries which contains:
Claire Clivaz, A New NT Papyrus: (PSI 1497), 158–162.
This includes photographs of P126 (which we have previously discussed here), and some further reflection on the two points of interested noted in our earlier post.