Sam S. Kepfield's
Come in Peace — a Russian crew on the moon in an
alt-history 1988 — is the strongest story here; nice stuff.
Frobisher's Dog and The Polisher by Nicholas Mark Harding is an
enthusiastic romp around a Stross-esque idea, in need of a bit of editing.
A Bit of a Mutiny works nicely; it's fluff but in a
good way, not taking itself too seriously or spending too long getting to its
Nobel Worthy by Jeff Pfaller is decently written, but I was disappointed
that it went exactly where it looked like it was going...