I don’t know how many of you have been following the short fiction end of year summaries that Rich Horton has been posting over in his sff.net newsgroup. If you get the chance, pop over and check it out.  Interesting stuff.  He just posted his review of the 2006 issues of Clarkesworld Magazine.  Here’s the important part:

I thought the stories were each quite good, and original. My favorites were Sarah Monette’s “A Light In Troy”, about a survivor of a conquered country who think she sees a child of her people, though all were thought to have been killed; Lavie Tidhar’s “304, Adolf Hitler Strasse”, about a strange perversion in a Nazi conquered alternate history; and Vylar Kaftan’s “Lydia’s Body”, about a woman lost in time, stranded in the body of a woman of the frontier.