I'm a sucker for all things Poe. An anthology forthcoming from Twelve House Books, POESQUE, put out a call for short stories, including reprints, so I sent "The Leaf Blower," published last year in POTATO SOUP JOURNAL. They took it. I don't even get a print copy, only a .pdf, but it's always nice to see stories reach a different audience.
LATER: When I questioned this in the contract--"Should WORK require editing, minor edits (including those which may affect integrity of the narrative) will be executed without the permission of AUTHOR," and also said that they had to cite Potato Soup Journal as first publication—the publisher wrote back and canceled the contract! Very unprofessional. I wonder what kinds of edits they put their poor authors through and feel glad to have escaped.