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Featured Story

"The Curse of Apollo"

by Diana Hurlburt

For each season there is a story. Some are more popular than others; Markos points out with a sly chuckle my expression of long-suffering when it is lambing time once more and someone begs for the tale of the boy Liberator among the king’s flocks. At any rate, tales are a more pleasant way of counting the seasons than taxes, and a few tales become so well-loved that their beginnings twine with those of the rituals they celebrate, with no endings in sight. So it went with the story of Kharis a Read more...

Latest News

Writing While Woman: Getting It Wrong

by Tiffany Meuret

February 21, 2019

There’s been a lot of uproar in the bookish Twittersphere of late about people (usually white) ste Read more...

LSQ Year 10 Special: Editor interview – meet Caroljean Gavin

by Anna O'Brien

February 20, 2019

This is Luna Station Quarterly's tenth year in publication and we're celebrating in lots of differen Read more...

Women on the Edge, Part 2

by Beth McCabe

February 19, 2019

With a little help from my friends, this column has been revisiting favorite authors from the ground Read more...

Just One. . . or Twelve — Whichever

by Calee

February 18, 2019

Is "one and done” not a thing anymore? No, I'm not talking about one-night stands. Get your min Read more...

Weekly Wrap-Up: Week of February 11, 2019

by Anna O'Brien

February 16, 2019

Dearest readers! Welcome to the weekly wrap-up, where we showcase all the posts that have appeared o Read more...

Cosmic Cat

by Lale Davidson

February 15, 2019

Science fiction appeals to creatures of all kinds. Daisy, an American Bobtail mixed breed cat, w Read more...

“Is This A Kissing Book?”: Beyond Allocentric Relationships

by Tracy Townsend

February 14, 2019

I was twelve years old when I first read Wendy and Richard Pini’s Elfquest graphic novels. Full of ...

Issue 036 Author Interview: Sarah McGill and “Down Among the Fireweed”

by Jen Gheller

February 13, 2019

Our Issue 036, the Crones issue, is up and out and walking around with thirteen speculative fiction ...

Author Interview: Laurel Anne Hill

by Wendy Van Camp

February 12, 2019

Author Laurel Anne Hill is an award-winning author of science fiction, fantasy, steampunk, and horr ...

“Electric Ladies”: Janelle Monae

by Erin K. Wagner

February 11, 2019

Sometimes, when the winter skies are gray and you need some cheering up, a music video is just the t ...

Weekly Wrap-Up: Week of February 4, 2019

by Anna O'Brien

February 9, 2019

Oh, what a week. Just, like, in general. How about a brief look at all the wonderful content we feat ...