Luna Station Quarterly is a speculative fiction magazine featuring stories by emerging women authors.
Now in our 8th year!

Author Interview: Ann Snizek

by Wendy Van Camp


Author Ann Snizek writes young adult urban fantasy with a fresh science fiction twist. Who am I? I’m an eclectic person and a bit of a homebody. I do enjoy going out and doing things, but I completely enjoy my quiet time at home. We have a small homestead-in-progress (meaning we are slowly working toward […]


Happy Birthday, Shirley Jackson!

by Danielle Perry


When I wrote about Shirley Jackson and The Haunting of Hill House three years ago, I knew little about Shirley Jackson’s life, but I soon learned more because I spent 2015 obsessed with Hill House, not unlike Eleanor. On a whim, I decided to read the introduction of my copy, which told me that “Jackson, […]


Author Interview: Che Gilson

by Wendy Van Camp


Author Che Gilson likes to make the small epic and the epic small. She is a YA fantasy author from the Pacific Northwest. Hello! My name is Che Gilson and I write things and draw things. Some of those things get published which is really, really nice. I also love to draw and paint. I […]


Author Interview: Tabitha Lord

by Wendy Van Camp


Author Tabitha Lord is a woman who wears many hats. Not only is she a science fiction author, but she is also a senior editor for Book Club Babble and working on a non-fiction collection of stories connected with an awareness campaign for children with pediatric cancer. Let me take a moment to introduce myself. […]


Anne McCaffrey, a Happy Birthday and remembrance

by Shana DuBois


“Because we build the worlds we wouldn’t mind living in. They contain scary things, problems, but also a sense of rightness that makes them alive and makes us want to live there.” ~ Anne McCaffrey Anne Inez McCaffrey was born April 1, 1926 in Cambridge, MA.  Ms. McCaffrey began publishing short fiction, of the speculative […]