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Featured Story

"A Sea Without Oysters"

by Megan Lee Beals

These beaches that cut your feet to ribbons, high banked and rock filled, with half a hundred oysters in between every step, used to be free of shells. Empty. Once, long ago, there were no oysters in the ocean. Just one little Oyster who lived in a village by the sea. But there were still […]Read More...

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Weekly Wrap-Up – 9.20.14

September 20, 2014

LSQ has had a great week behind the scenes (shhhhh!) and also out in the world. While I can’t tell you about the behind the scenes stuff yet, I do want to thank K. Tempest Bradford, who has been spotlighting stories from the latest issue of LSQ in her weekly column on iO9. You can find […] Read More & Comment...


The Importance of Location in Horror

September 19, 2014

We've previously talked about types of horror, and the basic process to actually write a horror stor Read More...

Book Review: “Gated” by Amy Christine Parker

September 18, 2014

I picked up a copy of Gated by Amy Christine Parker on sale at B&N recently and must admit that Read More...

“Geek Guy” Probably Wouldn’t Sound as Good Anyway

September 18, 2014

Whether or not Nicole Perlman received the right amount of recognition for having written the script Read More...

Four Whos, Three Avengers, and a Street Fighting Woman: Crossplay at DragonCon

September 17, 2014

DragonCon is a whirling vortex of overstimulation.  I remember when it was just a wee little lo Read More...

Book Review: Housebound by Elizabeth Gentry

September 16, 2014

This lyrical début novel by Elizabeth Gentry takes the reader through the process of awakening fro Read More...

Now taking submissions for issue 021!

September 15, 2014

Hi everyone! We've reopened for submissions for the first issue of 2015. How exciting! Can't wait Read More...

Writing and rituals

September 15, 2014

I wanted to mark the first time I got paid for something I wrote. I wanted to do more than just put Read More...

Weekly Wrap-Up – 9.13.14

September 13, 2014

Another week and autumn is beginning to make itself known here in the North East. The light is shift Read More...

S1/ E3: “Who, Pt.1″

September 12, 2014

When first approaching Fan Studies, as with almost any academic discipline, it becomes easy to get l Read More...

New Volunteer Positions now open!

September 12, 2014

Luna Station Quarterly is a grassroots, independent magazine with an international user base, dedica Read More...