Two more staffers quit Harper's Magazine

America's second oldest magazine is now left with just one senior editor, Donovan Hohn.

Two senior editors of Harper's Magazine, Bill Wasik and Luke Mitchell, are quitting the job, spokesperson Kathy Park Price confirmed on Tuesday.

Senior editor Jennifer Szalai and associate editor Paul Ford have already quit the publication in March.

The American general-interest magazine underwent an editorial restructure in January when John R MacArthur, publisher and chief funder of Harper's, dismissed its editor Roger Hodge.