The Fix, including a review of mine
The Fix is a new (or rather, newly resurrected) review site for short fiction, similar in many ways to Tangent. It does have in addition to the short fiction reviews, monthly articles on speculative poetry, on podcast stories, and on film, but the focus is on short fiction. The managing editor is Eugie Foster, and it just went live today.
I have a review among those that open up the now-live site--New Genre #5. So if you're curious what kinds of stories they like, you can check it out there.
I also discovered a very fun story through browsing through the other reviews that are up--Yoon Ha Lee's "Notes on the Necromantic Symphony" is great fun, a story tucked into the program notes for an imagine symphony. When they work, I love stories like this that stretch the way the story is told. Farrago's Wainscot, which published the story, is a good source for strange stories, so do check it out. (Warning though, it always seems to crash Firefox on my computer, so I have to view it in awful IE.)