I've reviewed many Kelly Link stories since I started reading the award winners--she's a real stalwart here, it would be an unusual year for her not to have one. This year her entry for the World Fantasy Award is I Can See Right Through You, appearing in McSweeney's Internet Tendency.
Link specializes in slice-of-life stories. This is the story of the demon lover, who is described in semi-fantastic ways but is really a typecast vampire movie actor (really could be one of the Twilight cast, several years down the road). He's made a mint, had many marriages and flings, and behaved badly in various ways. He's even had an internet shaming involving a sex tape. But he's really only had one true love, his early costar Meggie.
The story is light and fun to read, all the way through. It's an accomplished piece by an accomplished writer. I give it 3 stars.
And that covers the short stories for the World Fantasy Award. I can only get at 3 of the 5 stories--Jackalope Wives, The Fisher Queen, and this one. Of the three, I would say this one is the most deserving of the award. We shall see.