The best of Stupefying Stories

The Original Cyberpunk provides a complete list and asks for everyone’s favorites from the first three issues:

During 2011, STUPEFYING STORIES published twenty-seven stories and two poems. Which were your favorites, and why? Considering the contents of our first three issues, are there any contributors from whom you would particularly like to see a return appearance?

Speaking only for myself, I would have to say that the two best stories were “The King of Ash and Bones” by Rebecca Roland and “The Window” by David Yener Goodman. But then, I haven’t read the third issue yet; it is next on my list after I finish the Brandon Sanderson novel I am currently reading.