I can recommend Dark Mountain, an anthology of essays, prose, poetry and art from The Dark Mountain Project.
Over Christmas, I read most of Dark Mountain 4.
The last couple of days, Dark Mountain 5 was published.
Rather than order Dark Mountain 5, and keep having to use their website to order each volume afresh, which is a pain in the neck, I have taken out a subscription, which had the added bonus of letting me order Dark Mountain 5 at a discount. I could have ordered two volumes at an even greater discount, but it only gave a choice of Volume 4 or Volume 5.
Dark Mountain was an annual publication, the funds raised for each volume raised through crowd funding. To put it on a more secure footing, it is now funded through subscription, with two volumes a year.
The books are not available as e-books. This is a mistake. E-books reach a far wider audience, the reader may not have the pleasure of a real book, but at least they will not be denied the pleasure of the contents. I suggest publish on leanpub, set a low minimum price, with the option to pay more.
Dark Mountain is a collaborative venture. Contributors do not get paid, in return, they receive a copy of Dark Mountain to which they have contributed.
The Dark Mountain Project is a network of writers, artists and thinkers in search of new stories for troubled times. We promote and curate writing, art, music and culture rooted in place, time and nature.
Note: Haunting music in the video is by Evi Vine.