Editor & Webmaster
Jennifer Lyn Parsons
Jennifer is a life-long lover of story and always felt she had at least one tale of her own to tell. Starting, without shame, in Star Wars fan fiction community, she began to learn the craft of writing and was fortunate enough to have some great mentors. After a year or so, original story ideas began to make themselves known and she left the comfort and ease of fan fiction for the wild and wooly world of original stories.
Experience working as a volunteer “beta” for friends' stories blended with a long-held desire to run her own magazine, formed the germ of the concept that would become Luna Station Quarterly.
Megan has two writing degrees that do not pay the bills. She got her BFA from Hartwick College in 2008. After graduation Megan had a soul crushing career in the fast paced and flashy world of corporate pharmaceutical insurance validation. She obtained her MA from Wilkes University in 2010, and thankfully gave up her career as a vitamin D deficient cubicle monkey. Megan is working on a dystopian series, and is the author of The Magical Time Keeper serial currently published with Jukepop Serials. She also does manuscript review for friends and spends too much time looking at cat pictures on the internet.
Discovery is my reason for writing. When I'm writing, I fall into that right-brain, beyond-self, language-root place, where even familiar words are openings. I've retired from university teaching (composition, technical writing, grammar, science fiction and fantasy, creative writing) but I'm still teaching myself with every story, poem, and paragraph. It helps that my new home office is a comfy chair by a big bay window overlooking meadows and mountains. I'm kept aloft by my three young grandchildren and grounded by my good man beside me in the porch swing on summer evenings, by distant lightning and lightning bugs.
I am a writer, an editor, a radical, and the product of more than one
country. I work with people and land, which is a good basis for being
a writer: you see both the tiny, human stories, and the great ones
that change the landscape. Speculative fiction for me is the way to
see both of these at once.
Elizabeth is a short story author and TV writer living in Los Angeles. An aspiring writer since the age of 2, she cycled through mystery fiction and feature screenplays before settling comfortably into the world of SF/fantasy and young adult fiction both as a reader and writer. She has worked as a script reader and proofreader in Hollywood for the past eight years and belongs to several writing groups and workshops.
Assitant Editor, Emeritus
I write things down because I am compelled to. I respect those who can truly articulate, in as many words as it takes, the things they see in their minds. Reaching into the unfathomable is a brave and daunting task. Experimentation, whether through words and punctuation, photography or music, keeps me in step with myself and at the same time outside of myself. Too much self is never a good thing.
At this time, there are no staff positions open, but if you would be interested in volunteering your time, please contact us using the contact form.