Plume, an online magazine, has just printed its 2012 poetry anthology which includes work from the first six issues, each of which includes twelve poems. In a forward by Ron Slate, he says "The Internet, home to Plume, supposedly has the legs to make its digital contents accessible in perpetuity, but if [Editor] Daniel Lawless should fail to pay his server invoice, Plume would vanish. So he is taking no chances. Petroleum-based print is his back-up medium."
"The first volume of collected Plume also includes new unpublished work from additional poets, and a special feature on the work of the Dutch poet M. Vasalis, translated by David Young and Fred Lessing."