At the site you can read manga from the creators, but for those of you who favor print or want a re-read, there's a pretty neat option: you can actually compile the stories you like best into a custom anthology. You get to pick from a set of covers, then you pull together the stories (you must end up between 32 and 740 pages total), and it'll give you a price and you can buy the book direct from Lulu, so you can have those pages in print. Kinda cool.
As for the titles themselves, there are a bunch-- 17 total --most of which are short stories of around 10 pages each. If you want a rec on what to read there, Queenie Chan's horror short Ten Years Ago Today is pretty cool, and Dan Hess's Nekoshima is adorable.
What say you?