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


Book Review: Crystal Singer

by Wendy Van Camp


Book Title: Crystal Singer Author: Anne McCaffrey First Published: 1982 Anne McCaffrey was born in Cambridge, Massachusetts. The only daughter of three siblings and the middle child, she grew up on the east coast of the United States. Eventually, she graduated cum laude from college where she earned a degree in Slavonic Languages and Literature. […]


Author Interview: Deborah J. Ross

by Wendy Van Camp


Deborah J. Ross writes and edits fantasy and science fiction. Her work has earned Honorable Mention in Year’s Best SF; been a Kirkus notable new release; featured on the Locus Recommended Reading List and James Tiptree, Jr. Award recommended list; was a Finalist for the Lambda Literary Award; and nominated for the National Fantasy Federation […]


Writing While Woman: Mothering in SFF

by Tiffany Meuret


There aren’t many topics I avoid when writing—I’ve mentioned my struggling marriage, my hemorrhoids, my mental issues (severe OCD for the win), my postpartum depression, the infamous moment of sheer stupidity when I was not only was certain that Wyoming did not exist, but actively argued about it with other people. As a speculative fiction […]


Book Review: Forty Thousand in Gehenna

by Wendy Van Camp


Book Name: Forty Thousand in Gehenna Author: C.J. Cherryh First Published: 1983 Nominated for Locus Award (1984) Author Carolyn Janice Cherry is better known by her pen name C. J. Cherryh. She is a Hugo Award-winning science fiction and fantasy writer with 40 novels under her belt. Cherryh is pronounced “Cherry”. When she first began […]


Who is Science Fiction For?

by Elora Powell


Last month, in this very same column, we talked about speculative fiction generally, and science fiction particularly, in terms of their place on the literary fiction/genre fiction spectrum. I concluded that while it may be perfectly accurate to consider science fiction “genre fiction”, we are entering an era in which media does not have to […]


Book Review: Contact

by Wendy Van Camp


Book Name: Contact Author: Carl Sagan First Published: 1985 Locus Award for Best First Novel in 1986 Dr. Carl Sagan was born in Brooklyn, NY in 1934. He earned bachelor’s and master’s degrees at Cornell and gained a double doctorate at the University of Chicago in 1960. He became a professor of astronomy and space […]


Author Interview: Elizabeth Guizzetti

by Wendy Van Camp


Author Elizabeth Guizzetti is a science fiction author who writes what she wants and hopes to slay her readers with an emotional connection to her characters. Hi everyone, my name is Elizabeth Guizzetti, and when I am not writing or drawing, I also enjoy hiking and birdwatching. I live in Seattle with my husband and […]



Book Review: Neuromancer

by Wendy Van Camp


Book Name: Neuromancer Author: William Gibson First Published: 1984 Nebula & Philip K. Dick Awards winner, British Science Fiction Award nominee, 1984. Hugo Award winner, 1985 William Ford Gibson was born in the late 1940s and remained in the United States until the Vietnam War. Like many of his generation, he evaded the draft during […]