I have many many poet friends but three are dear to my heart. I'm going to link them because I can. Probably best-known among them is Timothy Gager, a one-man publishing machine. He also runs the Dire Literary Series, co-founded the Somerville News Writer's Festival, and edits fiction for the Wilderness House Literary Review. You can find his poems in Night Train and many other places around the web.
Sue Miller is a founding editor at GUD and has published poems all over the place, too. notably in FRiGG, Thieves Jargon, and in Night Train. Never let it be said I don't take care of my friends. :-) Good thing their work all holds up.
Last but not least, Kenneth L. Clark. He's kept a somewhat lower profile than most poets today, but that's going to change here very soon. Poor Mojo's Almanack, Story Garden, Fried Chicken and Coffee is where you can find some of his stuff.