I was able to get almost all of the stories - not quite dedicated enough to buy back issues of Interzone or anthologies with only one entry of interest, but the rest I was able to access reasonably easily. In contrast to some of the other categories, I didn't detect much gratuitous log-rolling (compare the Best Novel contenders with zero following on Goodreads or LibraryThing). And my conclusion is that for the BSFA second round, I'm nominating:
- "Utrechtenaar" (Strange Horizons), by Paul Evanby
- "The New Mother" (Asimov's Apr/May 2015), by Eugene Fischer
- Wylding Hall (PS Publishing), by Elizabeth Hand and
- "Wooden Feathers" (Uncanny Magazine), by T Kingfisher / Ursula Vernon.
- "A Short History of Migration in Five Fragments of You" (Omenana), by Wole Talabai.
- "Liminal Grid" (Strange Horizons), by Jaymee Goh (short story)
- "The Game of Smash and Recovery" (Strange Horizons), by Kelly Link (short story)
- A Day In Deep Freeze (Aqueduct Press), by Lisa Shapter (novella) and
- "Everything Beneath You" (Beneath Ceaseless Skies), by Bonnie Jo Stufflebeam (short story).