I am excited to announce that my article "A Coptic Fragment of the Gospel of John with Hermeneiai (P.CtYBR inv. 4641)" has just been published in New Testament Studies 60.2. I have uploaded the article to the "Publications" section of this website (click here). The article is an edition of a Coptic NT fragment that I discovered at Yale University last summer. It is important not only because it is a NT fragment but also because it is a "hermeneia" manuscript of John—in Coptic. I blogged about this manuscript several months ago (see here) and it sparked a great deal of interest. If you want a brief summary of the significance of this piece without reading through the article, then see that blog post. The manuscript has now been registered by Münster in the official list of Coptic NT manuscripts, with the SMR number "sa 402."
I had a wonderful experience publishing with NTS. I have published in several journals, but the editors at NTS really set the bar when it comes to quality, from submission to publication. It went through many rounds of review and the copy editor Iveta Adams has the sharpest pair of eyes that I know.