Luna Station Quarterly is a speculative fiction magazine featuring stories by emerging women authors.
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Category Archives: Weekly Wrap-Ups

Weekly Wrap-Up: Week of August 13, 2018

by Anna O’Brien

There was once a station on the moon Whose stories made readers swoon Four times a year What a great cheer! But we won’t quit corny poems anytime soon Dearest readers, here’s your next installment of our weekly wrap-up. Like what you’re reading? Consider supporting our volunteer-based publication here. And go read Issue 034 here. […]

Weekly Wrap-Up: Week of July 30, 2018

by Jen Gheller

Hello, dear readers! The blog was absolutely hoppin’ this week, so we rounded up all the posts in case there’s something you missed: On Monday, Christina “DZA” Marie told us what Wonder Woman could learn from Black Panther; On Tuesday, those guilty of spending too much time on Pinterest saw themselves in A. Francis Raymond; On Wednesday, […]

Weekly Wrap-Up: Week of July 23, 2018

by Jen Gheller

Did you enjoy the Buck Moon and lunar eclipse last night? Such a treat! If you missed it, or any of our posts this week, have no fear! We have a recap just for you, dear readers: On Monday, Rebecca Buchanan deliberated her opinion on The Metaphysical Detective; On Tuesday, Suz Thackston recounted her otherworldly experience with the […]

Weekly Wrap-Up: Week of July 16, 2018

by Anna O’Brien

Dearest readers and fans of speculative fiction: we are pleased to present to you our weekly rendition of the blog overview. So please sit back, meander through our posts, and relax! On Monday, Beth McCabe sung the praises of used book stores in the second part of a series from her monthly column “Breakfast Anytime”; […]

Weekly Wrap-Up: Week of July 9, 2018

by Anna O’Brien

Greetings, dear readers! Here’s what we’ve been up to on the blog this week: On Monday, Cathrin Hagey explored the color blue and its meanings in fairy tales; On Tuesday, Wendy Van Camp wrote a book review of the SFF classic Forty Thousand in Gehenna; On Wednesday, our LSQ ed-in-chief waxed nostalgic about mixed tapes […]