This murky image, is, I'm afraid, the only visual evidence I can provide of the size and general perkiness of the Rhysling Slan. (If anyone took a better picture, please do share...)
You'll just have to take my word for it that you're looking at (l to r): Top Row, standing: Stephen Wilson, Peter Payack, Lucius Shepard; Top Row, seated: Mike Allen, J. Bruce Fuller, Drew Morse, Catherynne Valente, Darrell Schweitzer; Bottom row, seated: Lila Garrott, Mary Alexandra Agner, Leah Bobet, Lorraine Schein, Sonya Taaffe, Erik Amundsen; foreground, seated, Maureen McHugh. Not pictured: Theodora Goss.
It was an awesome reading, though. Here's what was read, in the approximate order I called folks up:
Maureen McHugh, "Alternate History" ('04 Rhysling nominee; Asimov's Reader's Poll winner)
Theodora Goss, "Bal Macabre"
Lorraine Schein, "The Futurist's Mistress"
Mary Alexandra Agner, "Sleeping Beauty" ('07 Rhysling nominee)
Lucius Shepard, "White Trains" ('88 Rhysling winner)
Darrell Schweitzer, "Ten Reasons Not to Write a List Poem About the
Meaning of Everything"
J. Bruce Fuller, "The Graven Idol's Godheart" by Rich Ristow ('07 Rhysling winner!)
Sonya Taaffe, "Follow Me Home"
Stephen Wilson, "Atom's Apple" (co-written with Roger Naylor) ('07 Rhysling nominee)
Catherynne Valente, "The Eight Legs of Grandmother Spider" ('07 Rhysling runner-up)
Leah Bobet, "Fitcher's Third Wife"
Mike Allen, "Manifest Density" ('07 Rhysling nominee)
Erik Amundsen, "Papa Silenus Went Courting"
Lila Garrott, "How to Hide in a Japanese Print"
Lorraine Schein, "The Queen of Velcro"
Peter Payack, "The Migration of Darkness" ('80 Rhysling winner)
Drew Morse, "This He Could See"
UPDATE: Thanks to Melissa Zagidulin (grailquestion ) who also caught the moment on her cameraphone:
UPDATE 2: I've just discovered that Ian Randall Strock wrote a review of the Rhysling Slan for SF Scope.