I enjoyed T. F. Davenport's "The Motor, the Mirror, the Mind" this week. It's very much the kind of story I tend to like, with its strange setting of mind-boggling gyres and industrial trappings. The twists within it are well earned, and the story--though relatively long for an ezine--an engaging one. I think I would have liked to know more about the narrator sooner in the story, but besides that small complaint, I found this to be a good story.
My Chrome browser right now is overflowing with tabs of short stories I'm hoping to read, including some going back a few weeks that I started and thought sounded promising...but then haven't had a chance to get back to yet. So hopefully I'll have a good range of stories to choose from next week as well.