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Featured Story

"The Joy of Baking"

by Holly Lyn Walrath

It’s amazing how much easier it is to bake a cake when you’ve got an eternity to get it right. The secret to effective baking is patience, followed by the ability to fold the batter with a metal spoon instead of rushing in with a wooden spoon like a hammer. The folding in must be […]Read More...

Latest News


by Jennifer Lyn Parsons

July 6, 2017

Hello dear readers! We made it through the wilderness! Ain’t no mountain high enough! We come to you with awesome news! Issue 030, after a significant delay, is now live and ready for you to read! The stories are beautiful, touching, creative, magical, mysterious things of wonder and I couldn’t be prouder to get them […]”Read


by Jennifer Lyn Parsons

June 26, 2017

Hello everyone. Thank you so much for your patience with our delay. We just got the print proof i ...


by Jennifer Lyn Parsons

June 2, 2017

Hello dear readers! There has been a massive, ongoing emergency within the LSQ family. Everyone i ...

Baba Yaga

by Cathrin Hagey

May 5, 2017

On April 26, 1986 reactor number four at the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Station in northern Ukraine exp ...

Linda Medley and the Fabulous “Castle Waiting”

by Jennifer Lyn Parsons

May 4, 2017

I’ve been a lapsed comic reader lately, which has made me a bit sad. I thought I might share a ...

Review: Q-T-Pies, by Balogun Ojetade

by E. Young

May 3, 2017

I was gonna talk to you all about all sorts of topics related to this book, like intra-race relation ...

Food: More Than for Eating

by Kristen Julia Anderson

May 2, 2017

A new crock-pot, rice cooker and hand mixer sit above the cabinets in our kitchen. A brand new, stil ...

The Waiting Place or What to Do When You’re Trapped in Space

by Elora Powell

May 1, 2017

There's a spread in Dr. Seuss's Oh, The Places You'll Go!, that's always given me the most unsettlin ...

Author Interview: Tabitha Lord

by Wendy Van Camp

April 26, 2017

Author Tabitha Lord is a woman who wears many hats. Not only is she a science fiction author, but sh ...

Book Review: Brother’s Ruin (Emma Newman)

by K C Maguire

April 20, 2017

I know a lot of writers manage to move back and forth between hard sci-fi and fantasy without any tr ...

Power in Translation

by Phoebe Wagner

April 19, 2017

I am currently in my fourth semester at my MFA program, and for fun, I took an Old English class. Si ...