Luna Station Quarterly is a speculative fiction magazine featuring stories by emerging women authors.
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Category Archives: Columns

It’s All About the Characters

by Jennifer Karr

It’s all about the characters. World building, plotting, and good writing are all important to a story—vitally so. But it’s the characters who make or break the story. It’s the characters who carry us through—or fail to. Bad characters can ruin a novel or movie that is otherwise flawless. Likewise, good ones can carry an […]


by Cathrin Hagey

One day, when my daughter was about four years old, she said, “My breath speaks to me.” I was amazed by the ancient wisdom implied in this adorable insight. Breath, wind, wisdom, and genius have long been associated with one another, in religion and mythology, in fairy tales and poetry.     Who has seen […]

Author Interview: Karen Michelle Nutt

by Wendy Van Camp

No matter the genre her tales fall under, author Karen Michelle Nutt tries to capture the rich array of emotions that accompany the most mysterious and fabulous human phenomena of falling in love. My name is Karen Michelle Nutt. As a multi-published author, I spin tales for The Wild Rose Press, Highland Press, Victory Tales […]

Just Fiction

by Jen Gheller

I’ve been watching the final season of A Series of Unfortunate Events on Netflix, and I was all pumped to write about how Sunny Baudelaire is one badass baby. Then I finished the series and felt way too sad. Perhaps expecting to feel anything other than bittersweet at most about something literally called A Series […]