I had the last week off work, and the wet weather meant I caught up on an awful lot of reading. All sorts too - poetry, novels, biography, history and, inevitably, cricket. I'm thoroughly enjoying Jon McGregor's If Nobody Speaks Of Remarkable Things, and loved Ron Powers' Mark Twain: A Life.
I also read the latest issue of Acumen pretty much cover to cover, and very good it was too. Different poetry mags offer different things, and its strength is the breadth of material (poems, prose, reviews, discussion and a good letters section), plus an openness to all 'schools' and styles of poetry. It means there's stuff there you'll probably hate, but stuff you'll love too, and that's no doubt what gets the discussion going.
I don't tend to subscribe to mags so much now, preferring to buy single issues of a wider range of mags, but I'll certainly be going back to Acumen.