Flurb #8 is out -- Rudy Rucker's sf webzine kicks so much ass

Cause for celebration: the new issue of Flurb, Rudy Rucker's wonderful free sf zine, is live, including work from Greg Benford, Paul Di Filippo, Howard Hendrix, and many other talented and lovely individuals.

We have a lot of great stuff in Flurb #8. A big thanks to all the writers!

This summer I taught a writing workshop at Clarion West in Seattle, and one of favorite stories I saw there was "My Only Sunshine," by the new writer Emily C. Skaftun. It has a mythic feel and a nice twist at the end.

The old pro Gregory Benford brings us a short and snappy piece, "Paradise Afternoon," about longevity.

Wonderfully weird Charlie Jane Anders is back for another Flurb appearance, with "Henry's Penis," a rather touching coming of age story, complete with hardcore nanotech.


A Webzine of Astonishing Tales,

Issue #8, Fall-Winter, 2009