An online I like a lot for its quirkiness is Danse Macabre, which has just published its 50th issue.
A mixture of gothic horror and middle european arts and culture, it emanates - surprisingly - from Nevada and is always jammed to the hilt with good stuff. One interesting aspect is that it publishes old poetry and stories from the likes of Keats and Poe alongside contemporary and emerging authors. I was fortunate enough to get into Issue 42 but shamefully haven't submitted since.
But many congratulations to Henri Carriere for achieving 50 issues.