Luna Station Quarterly is a speculative fiction magazine featuring stories by emerging women authors.
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"The Stone Children"

by Shannon Norland

Helen counted the tiles on the path to the elevators, as Liz’s voice rasped over her skin and continued along the empty cubicles. “I don’t know why you wanted a baby anyway. Do you know what that would do to your career?” Forty-six…or was it forty-seven? She’d lost count again. This was a large floor, […]Read More...

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