Sadly, Aeon Speculative Fiction Magazine is no more. Before closing their doors, they will be publishing a final anthology, called End of an Aeon, in 2009. My story, The Last Jar of Mayo at the H&P, will be included.
The press release:
19 November 2008
After four years of publication, Æon Speculative Fiction, the quarterly electronic magazine published by Quintamid Publishing Inc., is suspending publication effective immediately. All submissions are being returned, and authors of the brilliant stories currently in inventory will have the option to be published in "The End of an Æon" anthology, to be released in 2009. Editors Bridget and Marti McKenna would like to thank the SF community for making the last four years far more interesting for us and our readers than they otherwise would have been, and we look forward to continuing to work with all of you through The Internet Review of Science Fiction.
"It's been a great run. We've had a blast," said Bridget McKenna.
I suspect this is part of a trend.