I really liked two stories in this issue:
1. "Camp Nowhere" by Kit Reed -- this chilling story is about a boy who believes the wrong person. I'd like to see it get a Hugo.
2. "Shoes-To-Run" by Sara Genge -- changes in race, place, and time don't wipe out basic needs or followings.
R. Garcia y Robertson's "SinBad" is a Martian story littered with references to many other stories, but that wasn't enough for the plot.
I actually read all of the novella clipped from Stephen Baxter's Earth II (same name) and won't be reading any of the books related. This is future history dropped into something like Elizabethan times. Ick.