My favorite pieces in this anthology were the longer ones because I think the second person is difficult to sustain over a longer narrative, and I was more impressed by the authors' use of it. Favorites included: "Apprehension," "Some Really Disgusting Essays about Love," "being [t]here," "A Rock Snob to His Infant Daughter," "The Quiet One," and "The Single Girl's Guide to Remodeling." Really an exceptional collection for lovers of creative nonfiction, the second person, or good writing in general. I'll probably use some of these as examples in a creative writing class one day.
eBook You. An Anthology of Essays Devoted to the Second Person