This wasn’t part of my “K” list in May, but I was browsing at the library and it just screamed at me. And I loved it. Not usually much for short stories, often I’m just trying to find pieces short enough to teach effectively, not to actually enjoy myself. This, however, was amazing. The title is from the first story, and it just goes through all the things that Cassandra saw that she didn’t tell the Trojans about.
The entire book was quirky and violent and feminist and rage-y and funny. Might be giving this out as gifts to my besties this year.