Via Kelly Barnhill (on Facebook, but I can't really link that)
Senses Five Press, the publisher of the Sybil's Garage Magazine and the Paper Cities anthology, is having a half price sale for the Holiday season. On everything (which would be 7 magazines and one book).
Sybil's Garage is a very well regarded magazine. I own a copy of issue 6, but haven't read it. Not sure exactly how long the sale is running, but I'm inclined to do some shopping. They've got e-copies of the early magazines on the cheap. You know, the ones that built the reputation.
To whet the appetite (and something I just discovered), issues three and four are currently available for free download. I do have to drop a disclaimer, though. There's something wonky about he checkout process to download the files. Even though they are PDFs, the shopping cart keeps trying to add a nominal shipping charge to the order. I did send a note via the "Contact Us" link - which is likely to editor Matthew Kressel, and I'd expect that stuff to get figured out.
Regardless - if you've been looking to try out the newer issues of Sybil's Garage, this is the time to do it. Half price for what is essentially a short anthology series (my copy of issue 6 is 100 pages with 16 stories and 13 poems). Not a bad deal at all.
Edit: The situation with inadvertent shipping charges has been resolved.