Hello again, dear readers!
Thank you all so much for your tweets and links and such. The authors of Luna Station Quarterly, not to mention its editors, thank you! Please do continue to spread the word, I've got some great things planned for the coming year and would love to have you all on board.
On Saturday I'll be reopening submissions. Yes, it is once more time for the annual drabble issue. Need a refresher on what a drabble is? Easy. It's a very short story that is EXACTLY 100 words long. Think that's a piece of cake? Well, sure, anyone can write one hundred words, but can you give us story, character, sense of place, and a satisfying ending? Now you understand the challenge before you. Be sure to look for more details on the 15th.
Oh, but you're probably here for something to read, aren't you? Why not start with our featured story of the week, "Mother Bear" by K. Bannerman. Then do continue on with the other fabulous stories in this issue.
And, if you'd like to help support LSQ and its authors, please feel free to spread the word on Twitter and Facebook and Tumblr and all that jazz. If you'd like to do something a little more substantial, the issue is available as an ebook for purchase. You get all three major formats for one low price (only $2.99) and all the proceeds go right back into LSQ's author fund!
Thank you all for your support and go read a story today!