The Point, a short-short by Steven Utley, was the high point of this issue. Succinct yet brainflipping, it's a great story and all too true.
The other story I mostly liked was Pelago by Judith Berman, an excerpt of an upcoming novel. My problem was that there's a creole used throughout that I had to slow down a lot to parse and that will probably keep me from reading the novel. A girl of a higher race is hiding on the ship that killed her family and hopes to kill the ship's staff. The ship is staffed by the lower race. Will she get her wish?
There was also an excellent piece of poetry, Regular Riders, by Ruth Berman. A magic look at how sometimes change doesn't. I don't know if Ruth and Judith are related, I suppose I can ask Ruth at Minicon.