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Flurb #10

Well, we made it to Flurb #10, the Fall-Winter, 2010 issue!

Flurb is a free online Webzine of Astonishing Tales, edited and published by Rudy twice a year. The previous issue, of Spring-Summer, 2010, has garnerned seventy-two thousand unique visits so far.

I’m in awe of the writers who keep helping to make Flurb happen. This huge new issue—with seventeen stories—makes me think of classic anthos like Dangerous Visions, Mirrorshades, or Semiotext(e) SF.

Dig in! Click on the cover below, look at the contents, read the editorial, check out some stories, and return here to comment.

Flurb #10

If you’re interested in seeing all the previous Flurb announcement posts, with their comment threads, check out the Flurb archive on Rudy’s Blog.

Flurb #9

Flurb #9 is now live.

Flurb is a free online Webzine of Astonishing Tales, edited and published by Rudy twice a year. The previous issue of Flurb has gleaned seventy thousand unique visits so far.

Check us out at www.flurb.net!
And return here to comment.

Many thanks to the wonderful writers who are helping to make Flurb possible.

The new issue includes a story by Danny “Groundhog Day” Rubin and mind-expanding surreal-SF stories by newcomers Christopher Shay, Kek, and Adam Callahan.

Plus Robert Guffey’s re-take on the King Kong mythos, a collage-cartoon-strip by Paul Di Filippo, a spooky nostalgia trip by old master Richard Lupoff, a disturbing author-signing story by Kathe Koja and Carter Scholz, and toothsome confections from newcomers Mari Mitchell, Jessy Randall, and Alex Roston—and a surfing tale of supernatural horror lifted from my as-yet-unpublished novel Jim and the Flims.

Dig in!

Flurb #9

Flurb #8

Flurb #8 is now live.

Flurb is a free online Webzine of Astonishing Tales, edited and published by Rudy twice a year. The previous issue of Flurb has gleaned sixty thousand unique visits so far.

Check us out at www.flurb.net!
And return here to comment.

Many thanks to the wonderful writers who are helping to make Flurb possible.

Flurb #7

The new issue of Flurb is out.

Check it out at “http://www.flurb.net/7/index7.html!

Go there now, and return here to comment!

By the way, as of August 12, 2009, FLURB #7 has had over fifty thousand unique visits. Thanks to the wonderful writers who helped make this possible.


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