The best story in this collection is the first by Ken Liu. Liu makes good use of golem lore and applies it to a family vacation. It was also wonderful that the chosen one was a girl.
Esther Fresiner's "Service Charge" and J. W. Alden's "Item Not Described" will both do your soul a world of good, esp. if you are fed up with dealing with people.
Reading Jim C Hines' short story about a superhero battling cancer was, well, strange and moving considering Hines' wife's ongoing treatment for the illness. (Kick butt Amy). But it was a great rip off of Superman.
Fran Wilde's short story about toddler is great and includes a wonderful bit about teens.
If you like Lovecraft, check out "The Girl with the Dagon Tattoo".
The scariest story (and a funny one too) was "On Safari" which is basically what Alexa and Suri are going to do to us.