I, who am famous for being opposed to poetry book contests (though I've entered my share), and about to venture my Book Left at the Altar to a few contests while also talking to some non-contest publishers. Who can solve the need for a new poetry book publishing paradigm, I wonder. Contests may give brief glory and a level up to the very few winners, but the fact that few poets actually buy and read current poetry books -- let alone the general public -- is the deeper issue. Self-published novels do well, the good ones that get word-of-mouth buzz on Amazon, Goodreads, iDreamBooks, and other reader-reviewed sites. Where's our version of the crowd-sourced reviews of Rotten Tomatoes for poetry books? I feel that's central to solving the problem. I almost feel like starting such a site!