Luna Station Quarterly is a speculative fiction magazine featuring stories by emerging women authors.
Now in our 7th year!

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Closing in on the End of a Wild Ride

by Jennifer Lyn Parsons


There are going to be a lot of year-end wrap ups coming along soon and they’re all going to say one thing: 2016 was weird and the unexpected, both good and bad, was waiting around every corner. That’s a speculative fiction author’s bread and butter. Since you’re now so familiar with the unexpected, you’re ready […]


Hope


“Hope locates itself in the premises that we don’t know what will happen and that in the spaciousness of uncertainty is room to act. When you recognize uncertainty, you recognize that you may be able to influence the outcomes — you alone or you in concert with a few dozen or several million others. Hope […]


Luna Station Quarterly Recommended by The Fem!

by Cheryl Wollner


The Fem, recommends Luna Station Quarterly as an inclusive/feminist journal to submit to! We are thrilled and honored to be recognized as a publication which values a diversity of female voices. We’re in good company, listed among international journals, such as Room, (publishing since 1975), As/Us Journal (publishing women of color and indigenous authors), and […]


Issue 027 is live!

by Jennifer Lyn Parsons


Hi everyone! Just your friendly neighborhood editor-in-chief here to announce that our latest issue is ready for your enjoyment! In this issue, there’s our usual editorial to kick things off. This time around I talk about something very important to me: the need for uplift. We also have an assortment of amazing stories, including our featured […]


Such Joy! Issue 26 is Upon Us

by Cheryl Wollner


It’s here! Luna Station Quarterly is proud to present Issue 26. It is our seventh year of publication and every day we are lucky to read the work of female authors who believe they have stories to tell and won’t take no for an answer. Every issue is a celebration of female authors, the worlds […]


Everything is new again

by Jennifer Lyn Parsons


And thus a new issue of LSQ makes its way into the world. Of course this doesn’t just happen spontaneously. There is a lot that goes on behind the scenes. Authors submit a multitude of stories. Editors choose the very best. The issue is proofread, there is a whole process to get the print and […]


Now we are seven…


If this magazine was a child, they would be in second grade right now. That kind of blows me away. At the start of each year I’m thrilled to find that we’re all still here, still writing, still putting out fabulous issues and columns for you all to read. What also blows me away is […]


A new issue, and I look back

by Jennifer Lyn Parsons


Six years. Can you believe it? I know I feel every moment of the last six years and at the same time, it feels like yesterday that I sat down at my computer and started jotting down ideas for what this magazine might be called. Welcome to the final issue of LSQ’s sixth year. So […]


Hey, it’s time to send in that story you wrote!


Once again our submission form is open (you can find it here: https://lunastationquarterly.submittable.com/submit) and we look forward to seeing all the massively awesome stories you have to share! Submissions close on November 15th, but there’s no time like the present. And don’t forget to share the word with your favorite authors!


You’re Our Kind of Writer: Submit Your Work to LSQ

by Cheryl Wollner


If you’ve liked what you’ve been reading from our authors this past week, why not become an LSQ author yourself? Submissions for the March 2016 issue open September 15th.  It’s free to submit, but before submitting, please read our submission guidelines to understand what we’re looking for. And, it wouldn’t hurt to take one more look […]