Luna Station Quarterly is a speculative fiction magazine featuring stories by emerging women authors.
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Superblog Issue #6: She’s a Nonfiction Extraordinary Authoress

by Lady Morse Code


Hello and welcome to the new year, Extraordinary Authoress Leaguers and beloved civilian readers! I, Lady Morse Code, thought we might kickoff 2017 with something, or well someone, out of our normal box. Most of the members of the League of Extraordinary Authoresses are fiction writers but there have been a few nonfiction gals to […]


Book Review: The Crystal Gryphon

by Wendy Van Camp


Book Name: The Crystal Gryphon Author: Andre Norton First Published: 1972 Alice Mary Norton was born in Cleveland, Ohio. Her first writing experience began as editor of a literary page in the school’s paper called The Collinwood Spotlight. During this time, she wrote her first book, Ralestone Luck, which was eventually published as her second […]



Superblog #4: The Bayou Kraken Reaches Out!

by Lady Morse Code


Welcome back, SuperReaders! ************************************************************************************ As always, I am your ever-so-humble SuperHostess, Lady Morse Code, and this is the League of Extraordinary Authoresses interview series. Today we have a tentacled, top hat-wearing SuperWriter to introduce you to… The Bayou Kraken!!!!! So, we’re just going to jump right into the murky waters of this interview. LMC: Welcome, […]


Book Review: The Little Prince

by Wendy Van Camp


Book Name: The Little Prince Author: Antoine de Saint-Exupéry First Published: 1943 Antoine Marie Jean-Baptiste Roger, comte de Saint Exupéry, more popularly known as Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, was born to an aristocratic family in Lyon on June 29, 1900. He was the third of five children of the Countess Marie de Fonscolombe and Count Jean […]


I Write Genre Fiction…Until I Don’t

by Cheryl Wollner


I write speculative fiction. Genre fiction. Fantasy. Sci Fi. Horror. I’ve grown ill reading the backs of novels and the thousand and one stories about couples (mostly straight white couples) and their marital problems.  I’m sure these stories are brilliantly told, and well deserving of literary praise for depicting the human spirit. But wouldn’t it […]


Book Review: A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court

by Wendy Van Camp


Book Name: A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court Author: Samuel Clemens (Mark Twain) First Published: 1889 Samuel Langhorne Clemens was born in Missouri, two weeks after Halley’s Comet appeared in 1835. After his father died of pneumonia, young Clemens was apprenticed at the age of 12 as a typesetter for his brother’s newspaper, the […]


Murder Mysteries are Speculative Fiction

by Cheryl Wollner


I am not the murderer. You have your evidence against me and I have my evidence against you. Let’s see who wins. This past weekend, I participated in my very first Murder Mystery Dinner Party. After four years of playing Elves and Monks in Dungeons and Dragons, pretending to be a spoiled runway model for […]


Seeing the Magic : Sarah Kay

by Cheryl Wollner


Some days, your favorite female character isn’t a character at all. Some days, she isn’t fictional, but a real person, performing real good in the world and imbuing our lives with the magic of the everyday. I saw Sarah Kay perform in New York City this past weekend. She is a professional slam poet, educator […]


Happy Birthday, Andre Norton!


Andre Norton (1912-2005) believed in telling stories. As we celebrate her birthday this week, we celebrate her legacy. Born Alice Mary Norton, this science fiction and fantasy pioneer published novels under the androgynous name Andre Norton (as well as the masculine names Andrew North and Allen Weston). She published science fiction and fantasy novels when the genres […]