Black Heart Magazine's Noir Issue.
A lot of very sharp short-shorts make this issue hard to put down. Christopher Benton has a wild tale of art and torture with New Sun Motel. Kieran Shea follows meth addicts to the end of the line in Where Jersey Devils Die. There's also some excellent crime poetry interspersed from the likes of AJ Hayes, Changming Yuan, and others.
While there are plenty of familiar names in here, there were a few new ones who caught my attention. Leland Thoburn has a clever, incisive piece, Wrong Number. He writes laser-like dialogue and works from an interesting premise. I also enjoyed James Gibbons' Headline: Woman Ruins All, which hammers home the point that you might want to skip a career in publishing.
Add in writers like Chris Deal, Keith Rawson, Ben Sobieck, Matthew C. Funk, and Dan O'Shea, and, well, you should buy the damn thing.