Quasi-furry fiction nominated for Hugo award
This year's Hugo Award nominees include two stories that might be of interest to furries, both available free online:
"Into the Gardens of Sweet Night," by Jay Lake, set in a future with Uplifted animals of various sorts; one of the protagonists is an intelligent dog with hands.
"The Tale of the Golden Eagle," by David D. Levine, a Cordwainer Smith-esque story featuring a far-future golden eagle brain given human intelligence and used as the guidance system of a starship.
Both authors have also been nominated for the Campbell Award for best new professional author.