Summer is upon us, and Year Seven of Luna Station Quarterly is in full bloom, with a gathering of rich, vibrant stories to keep you company during the longest days of the year.
These are stories about families; the ones we’re born into and the ones we make, human and non-human alike. Parents and children and siblings and grandparents and relationships stronger than blood, all filtered through the lenses of fantasy, science fiction and magical realism that have long been a hallmark of Luna Station.
So go outside, turn off your devices, and remember to bring this issue with you, for moments of reflection amidst the endless green days to come.
- "Editorial, Issue 026" by Jennifer Lyn Parsons
- "Sycamore Heights" by Josie Turner
- "To Give Birth to a Dancing Star" by K B Sluss
- "Dream Catcher" by Natasha Burge
- "The Save" by Nicole Robb
- "Feeding is No Crime" by Patricia Russo
- "The Garden" by Carlea Holl-Jensen
- "Sergiane’s Choice" by Melissa Ferguson
- "The King is Dead" by Miranda Geer