Luna Station Quarterly is a speculative fiction magazine featuring stories by emerging women authors.
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Celebrating Virginia Woolf’s Sapphic Fiction

by Linda Codega


Virginia Woolf is a work of art. Her fiction, although sometimes dense and hard to understand, is each of them a masterwork of craft. I got into Woolf because my Aunt Linda, my namesake, knew I loved to read, and started giving me books authored by the Bloomsbury Group when I was young. Probably too […]


Reflecting on Favorite Writers

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Over the years, I’ve been embarrassed about my top ten favorite books, particularly the top five. The list changes every few years at the discovery of a new author or a favorite book, but my top five are pretty cemented: J. R. R. Tolkien, C. S. Lewis, Neil Gaiman, William Faulkner, and Brian Jacques. Sometimes, […]


A Body of One’s Own

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My junior year in undergrad, a British Literature professor handed me Virginia Woolf’s Orlando. Published in 1928, Orlando: A Biography follows the title character as a young man whose body is changed into a woman and gifted with a form of immortality. The book’s timeline stretches from the 16th century to the novel’s publication date, […]


Female Writers of the Slipstream and Magical Realism

by Cheryl Wollner


Peter Grandbois’ essay, “Navigating the Slipstream” (originally published in Mixer, 2011; reprinted in Phantom Drift Issue 5, Fall 2015) is exactly what I’ve needed to read for years. He argues that the stories which stay with us, the ones which draw us in and pull us out of ourselves, are stories which are both genre […]


Happy Birthday Virginia Woolf

by Cheryl Wollner


This week, we wish a happy 134th birthday to feminist innovative author, Virginia Woolf. We know her for Mrs. Dalloway. For A Room of One’s Own–the home of her famous quote: “A woman must have money and a room of her own if she is to write fiction.”) We know her for her suicide by […]