Wow, I thought the cover illustration for James Maxey's story in issue 7 was cool (and it still is), but the illustration for John Brown's "From The Clay of His Heart" in issue eight rocks the house right down to the ground. It only came in two days ago, which is why we're about a little late getting the issue up (you can fudge a lot of things with an online magazine, but the cover isn't one of them) so I'm just seeing this now for the first time and I've gotta say, I'm blown away. And the bigger it gets, the more impressive it gets. Click on the link at the bottom of this post and tell me I'm wrong.
Okay, I'm done being a fanboy now.
Issue eight, available for your reading pleasure, includes:
"From The Clay of His Heart" by John Brown
"The Angel's Touch" by Dennis Danvers
"Accounting For Dragons" by the ubiquitous Eric James Stone
"End Times" By Scott Emerson Bull
"Horus Rising" by Aliette de Bodard
"Limbo" by Stephanie Dray
"The Frankenstein Diaries" (novelette, Part I) by Matt Rotundo