Luna Station Quarterly is a speculative fiction magazine featuring stories by emerging women authors.
Now in our 5th year!

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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Please welcome Issue 019 to the stage!

September 1, 2014

Hello dear readers and thanks for joining me as I hit the launch button on the penultimate issue of year 5. I’d like to keep this brief so you can get to reading. That’s why you’re here after all, right? This issue has a wonderful mix of mythic fairy tales alongside some very interesting sci-fi encounters. […] Read More & Comment...


Weekly Wrap-Up – 8.30.14

August 30, 2014

For those of you in the States, hope you're having a lovely Labor Day weekend! For everyone else, Ha Read More...

To Sequel or Not to Sequel? Pet Peeves About Prolonging the Story

August 29, 2014

I attended a presentation recently about writing sequels and series which was incredibly interesting Read More...

The Merry [Wo]man’s Guide to Writing Female Characters

August 28, 2014

Hello, Internet. My name’s Marion Hood – perhaps more popularly known as “Maid Marian”, exce Read More...

A Note on “literature” From Your Friendly Neighborhood Librarian

August 27, 2014

Excuse me, may I have a rant? Well, regardless of your answer, I am going to take one, anyway. Si Read More...

Good news abounds!

August 26, 2014

This is the first of a few upcoming posts delivering exciting news from the LSQ editorial team. Yay! Read More...

Chelsea Hodson and Measuring Literary Success

August 26, 2014

What first pulled me into the writing of Chelsea Hodson was her piece Reading Seneca 2,000 Years Lat Read More...

Book Review: Black Apples – 18 New Fairytales, edited by Camilla Bruce & Liv Lingborn

August 25, 2014

Fans and practitioners of the fairy-tale form: you cannot afford to miss this collection of new Read More...

Weekly Wrap-Up – 8.24.14

August 24, 2014

Time for another weekly wrap-up. This week really flew by for me, how about you? If you're lookin Read More...

Fantasy Expanded

August 22, 2014

Now that fantasy itself has been defined some other definitions might be useful. These definitions, Read More...

Poemstalking

August 21, 2014

I’ve been writing five lines a day since last August. In four day's time, as you read this, th Read More...