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Featured Story

"A Sea Without Oysters"

by Megan Lee Beals

These beaches that cut your feet to ribbons, high banked and rock filled, with half a hundred oysters in between every step, used to be free of shells. Empty. Once, long ago, there were no oysters in the ocean. Just one little Oyster who lived in a village by the sea. But there were still […]Read More...

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Review: “Shades of Milk and Honey” by Mary Robinette Kowal

September 30, 2014

I’d like to introduce you all to Mary Robinette Kowal, fantasy author and puppeteer extraordinaire. Also, did I mention she won a Hugo Award for Best Novellette in August? And that she accepted the award dressed as Jane Austen? So yeah, that’s how awesome she is. Up until stumbling upon her book, Shades of Milk […] Read More & Comment...


Under My Bark

September 29, 2014

There was a willow in the backyard of the house where I lived with my parents and baby sister un Read More...

Weekly Wrap-Up – 9.28.14

September 28, 2014

Hi everyone, I'm back again with more great stuff we posted this week and a couple reminders. We Read More...

I want a boy who will build me a bookshelf

September 26, 2014

I like to think that everyone has piles of books – so many books piled high that they begin to Read More...

Three Basic Tips for New Writers

September 25, 2014

It can be exciting to plunge into a writing career, but at the same time, it can also be quite d Read More...

It’s my birthday…

September 25, 2014

Hi everyone! Jennifer, Editor in Chief here, taking off my official blogger voice and saying hello t Read More...

Peripheral Narrators: Experimenting with the Narrative Perspective in YA Writing

September 24, 2014

Craft books and websites typically describe peripheral narration as writing from the point of view o Read More...

A Poetic Pilgrimage : Part 1

September 23, 2014

I am obsessed with the physicality of poetry. We’ve already talked about specific locations ho Read More...

A Personal Encounter With Batman -or- The Long Roundabout Story of How Comics are Important for Everyone.

September 22, 2014

Once upon a time, Batman saved my life. It wasn’t one of those dark alley things. He didn’t s Read More...

Weekly Wrap-Up – 9.20.14

September 20, 2014

LSQ has had a great week behind the scenes (shhhhh!) and also out in the world. While I can't tell y Read More...

The Importance of Location in Horror

September 19, 2014

We've previously talked about types of horror, and the basic process to actually write a horror stor Read More...