Luna Station Quarterly is a speculative fiction magazine featuring stories by emerging women authors.
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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 […]


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 […]


BOOK REVIEW: SORCERER’S SON

by Wendy Van Camp


Book Name: Sorcerer’s Son Author: Phyllis Eisenstein First Published: 1979 Phyllis Eisenstein was born in 1946 in the city of Chicago, and has lived in Illinois for most of her life. During the time that she attended the University of Chicago, she attended one of the weekly meetings of the city’s science fiction fandom and […]


Book Review: Sheepfarmer’s Daughter

by Wendy Van Camp


Book Name: Sheepfarmer’s Daughter Author: Elizabeth Moon First Published: 1988 1989 Compton Crook Award winner Born in McAllen, Texas, Susan Elizabeth Norris started writing when she was a small child. Her first novel was about the family dog. In her teens, she began writing science fiction. She considered writing to be a hobby and focused […]