Atlanta's gay weekly Southern Voice will resume publishing on April 14, the Atlanta Journal Constitution reported.

The newspaper, which operated for more than two decades, shuttered suddenly last November along with six other gay-related publications owned by Window Media, including the iconic Washington Blade. Former Blade employees launched DC Agenda to serve the DC gay and lesbian community.

After Window Media's collapse, its Atlanta-based assets – Southern Voice and David, a weekly focused on Atlanta's gay nightlife – were sold to Gaydar Magazine, LLC.

“We are looking forward to serving the community once again and are working hard to produce a quality publication,” publisher Matt Neumann told the paper. “The public response has been amazing and many people are awaiting our return.”

David returned to publication on March 10.

Neumann said initial plans call for a 10,000 print run – less than half of Southern Voice's previous circulation of 25,000.