The poetry in this issue is heavily Halloween-oriented and the only one I liked was Elissa Malcohn's "Derivative Works."
A number of the stories in the issue used elements of stories from older authors. Little bits of homage is fine with me, but these were all a bit heavy.
The stories I liked:
"Blood Dauber" by Ted Kosmatka and Michael Poore -- an unknown insect changes the life of the zookeeper.
"Where the Time Goes" by Heather Lindsley -- a novel time travel story where the untrained wins.
"Before My Last Breath" by Robert Reed -- a coal mine geologist finds an alien fossil.