Luna Station Quarterly is a speculative fiction magazine featuring stories by emerging women authors.
Now in our 9th year!

Jacqueline Doyle

Jacqueline Doyle’s flash fiction collection The Missing Girl (winner of the Black River Chapbook Competition) was published by Black Lawrence Press in fall 2017. She has published creative nonfiction, fiction, and flash in literary journals such as The Gettysburg Review, Wigleaf, Southern Humanities Review, Quarter After Eight, Monkeybicycle, matchbook, The Pinch, Hotel America, and Post Road. Her work has earned five Pushcart nominations, three Notable listings in Best American Essays, two Finalist listings in Best Small Fictions, and numerous prizes (including first place in the 2017 Midway Journal Flash Contest, judged by Michael Martone). She lives in the San Francisco Bay Area and can be found online at www.jacquelinedoyle.com and on twitter at @doylejacq.