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

Category Archives: Weekly Wrap-Ups

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 […]



Weekly Wrap-Up: Week of June 25, 2018


Hello! Welcome to our weekly wrap-up where we give a quick summary of the blogs that posted on our site since this past Monday. Here’s what the week of June 25 had for us: On Monday, Tiffany Levin pondered some interesting connections between classic authors Dickens and Orwell; On Tuesday, Elora Powell asked a deep […]



Weekly Wrap-Up: Week of June 11, 2018

by Anna O’Brien


Hello dear readers! Here’s what we were up to on the blog this week: On Monday, LSQ‘s ed-in-chief introduced us to some LGBTQIA+ comics in celebration of Pride month; On Tuesday, Wendy Van Camp reviewed an oldie but a goodie: Contact; On Wednesday, Lale Davidson provided a glimpse into the myriad of ways nature creates […]


Weekly Wrap-Up: Week of May 21, 2018

by Anna O’Brien


This week on the LSQ blog, we talked about heroes, women characters in science fiction pop culture, had a book review, and an author interview — whew! To catch up, here’s the schedule of what you might have missed: On Monday, Imelda Corazon explored how to cultivate the magic within your authentic self using lessons […]


Weekly Wrap-Up: Week of May 14, 2018

by Anna O’Brien


It’s been another great week here on the LSQ blog — check out what our amazing bloggers have been thinking and writing about. On Monday, editor-in-chief Jennifer Lyn Parsons gives us a peek behind the curtains at LSQ, including an overview of our core principles; On Tuesday, book reviewer and author interviewer Wendy Van Camp […]