Luna Station Quarterly is a speculative fiction magazine featuring stories by emerging women authors.
Now in our 9th year!

Historical Fiction v. Speculative Fiction

by Cheryl Wollner

I grew up on historical fiction. I was reading the American Girl books and Dear America  in elementary school. The Royal Diaries connected me with Anastasia and taught me how similar I was to these historical women and how power does not equal safety. Ann Rinaldi’s novels were some of the first I read which […]

Identity Crisis

by Katherine Tomlinson

Alice Bradley Sheldon, the Bronte Sisters, Amantine-Lucile-Aurore Dupin, Mary Ann Evans, Louisa May Alcott—all of these women writers published under men’s names and some, as in the case of Alice Bradley Shelton, died without their readers ever knowing the real name of the author they admired. Shelton, who was the award-winning science fiction writer James […]

(Re)Claiming Women’s Spaces in Renaissance Faires

by Cheryl Wollner

“SIÞEN þe sege and þe assaut watz sesed at Troye, þe bor3 brittened and brent to bronde3 and askez, þe tulk þat þe trammes of tresoun þer wro3t Watz tried for his tricherie, þe trewest on erþe: Hit watz Ennias þe athel, and his highe kynde, þat siþen depreced prouinces, and patrounes bicome Welne3e of […]

Author Interview: Liz Coley

by KC Maguire

Recently, I had the privilege of hearing YA author extraordinaire, Liz Coley, speak at an Society of Children’s Books Writers and Illustrators (SCBWI) conference and even more recently I had the even greater privilege of having her agree to let me interview her on her writing life. Liz has accomplished the amazing feat of publishing […]