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"Feeding is No Crime"

by Patricia Russo

“If, as it is stated in the Code of Padrel the Great, that eating is no crime, then it follows by corollary that neither is feeding a criminal offense.” Six months of law school, and that was the way Zerna talked now? It rubbed Fonell the wrong way, like she was trying to show off. […]Read More...

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Why We Need the Bechdel Test

by Cheryl Wollner

June 29, 2016

I finally finished watching Jessica Jones! And while I have a bad habit of getting into fan cultures months (or sometimes years) late, I finished Jessica Jones with one thought that remains evergreen: The Bechdel Test.  Jessica Jones (clearly) passes the Bechdel Test. It’s not as if the show ever lacked women who  talked to […]”Read

Book Review: The Many-Coloured Land

by Wendy Van Camp

June 28, 2016

Book Name: The Many-Coloured Land Author: Julian May First Published: 1981 Julian Clare May was ...

Princes, Princesses, and Parenting

by T.D. Walker

June 27, 2016

While reading Sheila Finch's Myths, Metaphors, and Science Fiction, I ran across a passage that gave ...

Another Fold of the Map

by Phoebe Wagner

June 23, 2016

The Ivory Tower sounds like a place straight out of Narnia or a Robin Hobb novel. This term bridges ...

Happy Birthday Octavia Butler!

by Cheryl Wollner

June 22, 2016

Happy birthday, Octavia Butler (1947-2006)! Her novels, novellas and short stories have won Nebula A ...

Author Interview: Shannon Quinn

by Jennifer Lyn Parsons

June 21, 2016

Shannon's story "Below the Big Dipper, to the Left of Ursa Minor Stood the Mural Quadrant Constellat ...

Nature: How to Use it For Your Writing

by Cheryl Wollner

June 20, 2016

Last week, I spent five days in the North Woods in Wisconsin. I spent five days in the North Woods i ...

If A Tree Falls

by Katherine Tomlinson

June 17, 2016

To say that I have mixed feelings about promoting my work is an understatement. “If a tree fall ...


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I'm so happy to be sharing an interview with Wendy Higgins, author of the Sweet series, See Me, and ...

Author Interview: Rebecca Buchanan

by Jennifer Lyn Parsons

June 15, 2016

Rebecca's story "How Kpodo and Lishan Met" appeared in our The Best of Luna Station Quarterly anthol ...

On “The Hero and the Crown”

by Jennifer Lyn Parsons

June 14, 2016

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