Luna Station Quarterly is a speculative fiction magazine featuring stories by emerging women authors.
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Dialogue in SFF and Beyond (Part Two): Terms from Your History Notebook & Other Smart Reader Things

by Tracy Townsend


When last we left you, my stalwart heroes, heroines, and genderqueer unicorns, I was writing about the life-hacks used by some well-known sff authors in writing effective dialogue. You can use these tricks to help get words on the page (consider Caroline Yoachim’s bracket-and-move-on-hack) or to improve their tone, pace, character, and style (as Sarah […]




Get to know our editors: Tara Calaby

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 Tara Calaby. Hi Tara! First off, please tell us a bit about yourself. Have any super […]


Superissue #1: Meet Lady Morse Code!


In a world where superheroes are scarce, Luna Station Quarterly brings you, the one, the only… Lady Morse Code! ****************************************************************************************************** Hello literate citizens of the world, I am Lady Morse Code. Welcome to my Superblog! In this blog series of heroic proportions, I’ll be introducing you to the amazing members of my League of Extraordinary […]


Get to know our editors: Cathrin Hagey

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 Cathrin Hagey. Hi Cathrin! First off, please tell us a bit about yourself. Have any super […]