I've got links, my friends. The changing face of publishing is taking all sorts of form. From podcasting to print-on-demand publishing and the long arm of the internet itself, there are many options for the contemporary writer.
I submit for your approval:
Insidious Publications. I'm intrigued by the look of a lot of these chapbooks. The website looks good, and I think the potential is there for some very cool projects.
Drollerie Press. They have an extensive catalog of good-looking books, they publish speculative fiction and they seem to have a very solid web presence.
Mundania Press. This publisher accepts a wide variety of lengths and publishes speculative fiction.
Ghostwriter Publications. Seems like a hard-charging press out of the U.K. They're publishing Move Under Ground by Nick Mamatas (read that journal if you don't already--good stuff).
I also noticed Cemetery Dance is moving product onto Kindle and offering PDF files for $1.99.
The opportunities are out there, particularly for a writer with some internet cred. and an ability to get the word out...