Okay, I hope this is quick.
So I actually sold a story (hurray, hurray) to Raven International Press. It's called Property, not that the title is important, but it was substantially improved in SYW, so that part's nifty, and I'd like to thank everyone who helped me with it.
Anyway, it's an anthology, and they sent me a contract, and it doesn't have what I believe is called a reversion clause. The bit where if it goes out of print, then the rights revert to the author.
I'm allowed to post it to my website as long as I link back to RIP. That will come in handy when I have a website (it's on my to-do list).
Should I ask for a reversion clause, or is that unusual with short stories? (Property is 1600 words.) It's not a deal-breaker for me, but I'd like to ask, unless it's some sort of writerly faux pas.
Thanks in advance, to any who wish to weigh in.