To be upfront, this is a male pregnancy story. I never thought I would read or enjoy a story around this concept, mainly due to a lot of bad publicity around Mpreg stories on fan fiction. But instead of playing with biology for laughs, Giddings’ story is serious speculation on youth and parenthood. In Giddings’ […]
Early spring has arrived here, though it seems to have skipped a few steps. By late February, we’re used to seeing the first neon-green shoots of onion grass and crocuses poking through snow. This year, though, we have massive rainstorms and unseasonable heat. It adds an element of the bizarre to picking through the detritus […]
Welcome, my beloved fellow readers! How has your reading shaped up over the past month? I know I have built quite the scary reads TBR thanks to Halloween recommendation lists! I also spent some time exploring some of my favorite presses and I have another wonderful one to share with you today. Small Press: Curbside […]
I was at a reading by Bonnie Jo Campbell and a group of us writers were talking about poetry versus short stories versus novels and writers asking each other to provide feedback on their work. Campbell said that from her understanding, fiction writers cannot have mentors. Her logic is that there are only so many […]
Once again our submission form is open (you can find it here: https://lunastationquarterly.submittable.com/submit) and we look forward to seeing all the massively awesome stories you have to share! Submissions close on August 15th, but there’s no time like the present. And don’t forget to share the word with your favorite authors!