Ink Smith Publishing.
I discovered them because one of their principals has recently joined AW and has given some advice which I considered questionable: I find it disconcerting when a publisher does not understand the differences between copyright and the rights inherent in an intellectual property; and when a publisher states that a story published online is now in the public domain.
So I took a look at Ink Smith's website.
Its front page is aimed at writers, not at readers.
I've found numerous grammar issues and punctuation errors on its website, and a general clunkiness to the writing there.
It's run by two people who don't seem to have any experience in publishing, one who is a writer-turned-publisher, and one who "enjoys the realm of Science Fiction".
I am not impressed.