Luna Station Quarterly is a speculative fiction magazine featuring stories by emerging women authors.
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A matador walks into the forest.‭ ‬A killer by any other name,‭ ‬he is called Paolo.‭ ‬He even has a red cape,‭ ‬which he lays down over the moss.‭ ‬He sets out wine and Monchego.‭ ‬She comes sniffing,‭ ‬slinking,‭ ‬from the undergrowth.‭ ‬With big white teeth,‭ ‬he smiles.‭ ‬He spares a moment to think how beautiful her eyes,‭ ‬like amber on the southern beaches.‭ ‬And then as she dips to taste the wine,‭ ‬he presses home the blade,‭ ‬and again,‭ ‬until his cape is soaked with the Wolf’s blood.‭ ‬He wears it proudly out of the woods,‭ ‬wrapped around him.

A bit about the author:

RS Bohn writes in a suburb outside of Detroit. She enjoys haiku, Skor bars, and growing lavender. Pushcart Prize nominee, she is currently working on her first fantasy novel. It has dragons. Visit author page