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

by Nina Shepardson

Peggy had been able to see the dragon from over a mile away—not exactly a surprise given the flat, unvarying landscape. At first it had been a vague grayish smear on the horizon. As her battered old station wagon had gotten closer, the smear had resolved into a large metallic cylinder with a single flat […]Read More...

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