Luna Station Quarterly is a speculative fiction magazine featuring stories by emerging women authors.
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Untitled #5

Midway through their first dinner date,‭ ‬he said,‭“‬I don’t like animals.‭” “‬Really,‭” ‬she said while wriggling a white dinner napkin.‭ “‬Yep.‭” ‬he said,‭ ‬unapologetically forking capellini pomodoro.‭ “‬Did something happen to you when you were little‭?” “‬No.‭” ‬he murmured with noodles,‭ ‬like jellyfish tentacles,‭ ‬dangling.‭ “‬What about pandas‭? ‬Or Kitties‭? ‬They’re so cute.‭” ‬Setting his fork down,‭ ‬he said,‭ “‬I don’t like hair on me.‭ ‬It’s disgusting.‭ ‬As for pandas,‭ ‬you never know what one is thinking.‭ ‬It could snap at any moment.‭” “‬So can people.‭” ‬she asserted eyes huge,‭ ‬elbows on the table.‭ “‬This is true,‭” ‬he replied.

A bit about the author:

Jessica Kester is a graduate of DePaul University's Master of Arts in writing program.‭ ‬Jessica currently teaches English,‭ ‬composition,‭ ‬and creative writing at Daytona State College. Visit author page