My favorite was the novella "The Master Miller's Tale" by Ian R. MacLeod. It was a nice, engrossing, enjoyable story about a miller of flour and the twists and turns his life takes. I found it touching, with a strong sense of place and character. It could be a Hugo nominee for me.
I also enjoyed the novelette "Kaliedoscope" by K. D. Wentworth, the story of a woman who is moving through a multiplicity of realities and has to figure out what she wants and how she can keep hold of it.