Five Ways to Fall In Love on Planet Porcelain is the last Nebula nominated short story I read for this year. And it's a very likeable little story. It does a good job of invoking the feeling of what it would be like to live in a different kind of body, in this case made of porcelain. A good take on power relationships too. So definitely worth 10 minutes to read (it really is short).
What was my favorite short story this time? I think Ken Liu's The Bookmaking Habits of Select Species would take the prize for me. Though the current story is a pretty good one. I also have read enough to select in the Novelette category, and again Ken Liu would take it with The Waves. Strong consideration for Nanny's Day also. I'll make my picks for Novella and Novel at some point as well, but probably not before the winners get announced. I just don't get around to reading all the nominees that quickly.