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

Author Interview: M.M. Justus

by Wendy Van Camp


Author MM Justus is fascinated by the possibilities of what if–the memories of a place that some people call ghosts or the möbius effect of time travel. She is interested in the potential effects of the fantastic on normal folks, and in inserting it into well-researched historical events, populated mostly by people who really lived. […]


Author Interview: Melissa Dickerson

by Wendy Van Camp


Melissa Dickerson is a young adult science fiction writer who is occasionally funny but mostly just tries really, really hard. I’m Melissa, and I love books. I adore them so much that I write them as well as read them. I love libraries and book fairs. My favorite books are ones that take place in […]


Interview: Megan Milks

by Cheryl Wollner


After reviewing their chapbook The Feels, I had the pleasure to meet up with Megan Milks for an interview. A self-described author of queer feminist fiction, Milks provides insight into the authors, books and literary movements that inspire their work. CW: Thank you again for meeting with me, I really appreciate it. And I just want […]


Interview: Juli D. Revezzo

by Rebecca Buchanan


Today, we sit down with Juli D. Revezzo. Author of short stories, novellas, and novels, Revezzo is an eclectic Celtic Pagan who favors both the dark and creepy, and the sweet and romantic in her tales. Here, she discusses how her spiritual path influences her writing, the writing process itself, and her latest fantasy and mystery […]


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 […]




Never Give Up Your Cup of Stars

by Danielle Perry


I was an easily terrified child, and as a result, I never consumed much horror fiction. It’s only been within the past few years that I’ve built up enough of a tolerance for it to enjoy it. It started with Lovecraft because I find myself very interested in elder gods and while Lovecraft’s stories are […]