Just got a spam email call for submissions for an anthology by Kind of a Hurricane Press (http://www.kindofahurricanepress.com/) run by editor A.J. Huffman and co-editor April Salzano.
The link in the email didn't instill confidence in that it went to a "post not found" page, but the main site worked. Their ebooks are available for free, and the print books are priced from $5.50 to $10.50. They also have poetry contests.
The ebooks go to Google Docs, which can be downloaded. The title I downloaded was poetry, but I don't know if this is a poetry press. The deadline for the anthology was June 30, and it's out already. No details were given on payment terms, etc.
Anyway, I tend to ignore any call for submissions I get on mass email (just like credit card offers; if I want one I'll initiate the contact) but I figured I'd start a thread in case other people got the same email and were curious.