Kate Benedict's new venture, Umbrella, is looking for essays on poetry as well as new work. She's also willing to publish already published pieces. Bravo! for this. A pet peeve of mine is that in most cases a poem's debut is also its swansong. The insane preference for "new work" is ridiculous and vain among editors. As though a good poem deserves only one outing.
How would you like to have had only one date in your life?
I was going to start a magazine that published nothing but reprints, but I haven't yet found time. Here's to all the editors who do find time.