Luna Station Quarterly is a speculative fiction magazine featuring stories by emerging women authors.
Now in our 6th year!

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"Turning Song"

by Fey Karvaly

Theres always a truth imprint left over. Truth cant be erased, if youve noticed; it finds ways to show up and tell its story. And the stories just keep changing. If you loved a girl, you wouldnt think shed become a tree. The Minstrel didnt anyway, and how could he have guessed that after his […]Read More...

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Become a Woman Who Submits to Literary Journals

by Cheryl Wollner

November 30, 2015

I am a woman who submits. I submit to literary journals and contests. I submit to end the gender gap in publishing, especially in the realm of speculative fiction. If you are a female writer, become a woman who submits. It’s terrifying to put your work into unknown hands, but it’s worth it. You type […]”Read

Nobody Reads Poetry, and That’s Okay. Really.

by Tara Lindsey

November 27, 2015

More often than not, when I tell people I am a poet, in those rare moments when I leave The Womb and ...

Giving of Thanks, Nerd Version

by A.E. Ash

November 26, 2015

Hello there! It's that time of year here in the United States--Thanksgiving. A lot of friends and f ...

Author Interview: Angela Pneuman

by K C Maguire

November 25, 2015

I'm so pleased to bring readers this interview with Angela Pneuman, writing teacher extraordinaire, ...


by Melody Wolfe

November 24, 2015

As a writer, a friend, a person, a student, and an employee, I tend to give a lot of thought to hone ...

Book Review: The Lord of the Rings

by Wendy Van Camp

November 23, 2015

Book Name: The Lord of the Rings Author: J.R.R. Tolkien First Published: 1954-1955 International ...

Book Review: Carry On (Rainbow Rowell)

by K C Maguire

November 20, 2015

I’m a big Rainbow Rowell fan and it’s lovely to see her writing in the fantasy genre so she can ...

Short story reviews for November 2015

by Lisa Shininger

November 19, 2015

October might belong to pumpkin spice, but November is for wood smoke and bare branches. For winds g ...

Happy Birthday, Margaret Atwood

by Cheryl Wollner

November 18, 2015

Happy birthday to Margaret Atwood! While she is probably best known for her feminist dystopian novel ...

Impossible Standards

by Cheryl Wollner

November 17, 2015

I'm in the middle of reading books by women for a year and it's a struggle to find comic books which ...

I’m not asleep. But it doesn’t mean I’m awake

by Judith Field

November 16, 2015

British Summer Time ended on October 31st . This was, for me, more of a trick than a treat because ...