Got a submission form today from Evil Hat for their games Spirit of the Century and Don't Rest Your Head. Both games receive a lot of positive feedback, so I imagine they'll be good reads.
What interests me the most about these is that both represent what used to be niche genres that are starting to receive a lot more attention in recent years. Of course, it could be argued that horror became main stream years ago when the World of Darkness was first released, but I don't know, the new generation of games feels different. Every time I've played a WoD game it felt more political, with horror as a back drop, but in the last few years the horror genre has really started to revert to its roots, and I think that is a very good thing.
Similarly pulp games seem to have exploded over the last couple years, probably even more recently than horror. I know Adventure! was put out by White Wolf years ago, and there is no arguing that it is a true pulp game, but now they seem to be popping up on every side. To me this is a blessing. I've always felt that it was an under-explored genre with a lot to offer. Now if I can only convince my group that it'll be as fun and exciting as I know it will be.