Goodies in the Mail
Tom Cardamome's Green Thumb
Described as a "post-apocalyptic, psychoactive pastorale." Works for me. Also...
Jim Elledge's H
An A-to-Z-structured sequence of prose poems with an emergent narrative by the looks of it. Gorgeously produced and most enticing. (Kudos to Alex Jeffers there, I believe.)
Furstratingly, I'm too busy with BFS Awards stuff at the moment to read either. But you're not, right?