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

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 […]


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, […]


Genre Fic: Escape Into Reality

by Cheryl Wollner


One of my best friends introduced me to Babylon 5 (1994-1998) this weekend. For weeks, my friend’s been hyping this series. “The plot! It’s five seasons of the best storytelling I’ve ever seen! Everything matters! Every episode matters!!!” This is the same friend who introduced me to Star Trek Deep Space Nine (1993-1999), the sci […]


Get to know our editors: Danielle Perry

by Jennifer Lyn Parsons


LSQ has a group of wonderful editors reading and preparing stories for every issue. They’ve graciously agreed to answer some questions so we can all get to know them a bit better. Today we get to learn more about Danielle Perry. Hi Danielle! First off, please tell us a bit about yourself. Have any super […]


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 […]


Female Writers of the Slipstream and Magical Realism

by Cheryl Wollner


Peter Grandbois’ essay, “Navigating the Slipstream” (originally published in Mixer, 2011; reprinted in Phantom Drift Issue 5, Fall 2015) is exactly what I’ve needed to read for years. He argues that the stories which stay with us, the ones which draw us in and pull us out of ourselves, are stories which are both genre […]