Harlot by Jill Alexander Essbaum
Hot damn. Okay, I still wasn't thrilled with the rhyming. But otherwise, this is a cascade of alternating wit and power and I love it.
Amazon Parable by Jeffrey Thomson
I quite liked this, with its handful of to-die-for lines. But it's frustrating at the same time because it could be spectacular and isn't. It's good. It pleases me. I read it yesterday and went to the fair instead of reviewing it, so today I write a review like a penitent.
Horse Madness by David Baker
Some wonderfully strong images held down by ruminations on Vergil. I'm not that big a fan of first-degree Vergiling, let alone second-degree Vergilation.