Williams talked about whether we can actually write beings that seem alien, Silverberg brings up rereading PKD, and Kelly gives us the news on the Encyclopedic.
I liked these:
1. "Waiting at the Altar" by Jack McDevitt - this is a Hutchins prequel and she learns surprising things.
2. "The Flowering Ape" by Alan DeNiro - a far future where different young people are still hazed.
3. "The Widdershins Clock" by Kali Wallace - the protagonist's grandmother disappears and leaves her a very strange clock.
4. "Free Range" by Bruce McAllister - you'd never guess the things large black telepathic chickens can do.
I also really liked Jane Yolen's poem, "Objectifying Faerie."