Luna Station Quarterly is a speculative fiction magazine featuring stories by emerging women authors.
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"Turning Song"

by Fey Karvaly

There’s always a truth imprint left over. Truth can’t be erased, if you’ve noticed; it finds ways to show up and tell its story. And the stories just keep changing. If you loved a girl, you wouldn’t think she’d become a tree. The Minstrel didn’t anyway, and how could he have guessed that after his […]Read More...

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S2/ E4: ” Dr. Sexy, MD. I think it’s based on a book.”

by Chloe N. Clark

February 12, 2016

For this month’s column, I’ve decided to focus in on a specific episode from a specific fandom-beloved show: “Changing Channels” from the fifth season of Supernatural. I chose this specific episode, not only because it’s an episode that in many ways caters to its fanbase but also because it directly comments on and uses other […]”Read

On My Dream Pagan Book Store

by Rebecca Buchanan

February 11, 2016

While running errands the other day, I convinced my husband to make a side-trip to Raven and Crone. ...

“Razorhurst” (2014) by Justine Larbalestier

by Salena Casha

February 10, 2016

My last review was of a young adult fantasy novel so I've decided to follow it up with a young adult ...

My Supernatural Story: Or Why I Still Watch Supernatural After All These Years

by Kristen Julia Anderson

February 8, 2016

 If you, like me, find yourself up to date and hooked-in by the show Supernatural (despite some ...

Happy Birthday Jane Yolen!

by Cheryl Wollner

February 8, 2016

This week we celebrate Jane Yolen's birthday. A science fiction author, poet and children's book aut ...

Favorite Female Characters: Kivrin ‘Doomsday Book’

by Cheryl Wollner

February 5, 2016

Connie Willis' Doomsday Book (1992) won critical acclaim as a Hugo and Nebula Award winner. At once ...

People of Colo(u)r Destroy Science Fiction

by Cheryl Wollner

February 4, 2016

Lightspeed Magazine has put out a call for submissions for an upcoming special issue: People of Colo ...

Book Review: Outlander

by Wendy Van Camp

February 2, 2016

Book Name: Outlander Author: Diana Galbadon First Published: 1991 Diana Galbadon grew up in ...

Librarian fails at being a nerd who plans ahead. Reel at eleven.

by Tammy Garrison

February 1, 2016

I’m officially the nerd librarian where I work. The director is a nerd. But most of the time he ha ...

Review: Shattered Empire

by A.E. Ash

January 29, 2016

Star Wars: The Force Awakens landed in 2015 in a huge way, as the entire universe knows, and I won't ...

On Literary Discoveries, 2015 Edition

by Rebecca Buchanan

January 28, 2016

I love discovering new writers and new books and new series, and 2015 provided me with a bum ...