Its as the title says. The five year old Yuri
publication has gone from quarterly to bi-monthly.
Granted, its not like many of us can pick up a copy of Comic Yuri Hime on the newstand, but its nice to know that the explosion of censorship isn't keeping all of the "fringe" elements back. Not that Comic Yuri Hime is particularly bad or anything, but... well, when your magazine publishes romance stories between women (especially since many include youths in sexual ways) you open yourself up for the same scrutiny the hentai industry is facing.
Their common MO is one-shots. Being quarterly, serialized works are less common, though are included in their ranks, and a good number of published volumes have come out of collected works from this magazine. Off hand, I remember reading the series, Hanjuku Joshi, and finding the art/story quite enjoyable.
Either way, good for them! Reading this inspires me to check and see how many other works from the magazine have gotten translated. Though, for fun I'll note that like Yaoi
(Male x Male, read most commonly by women,) Comic Yuri Hime's readership is 70% female.