Luna Station Quarterly is a speculative fiction magazine featuring stories by emerging women authors.
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"The Gold Fish"

by Kim Mary Trotto

Marty wouldn’t be keeping his treasure. He’d known it last night, hours before meeting Lars for breakfast at the Shore Diner. The only thing changed was how much time he had to get to the marina at Gardner’s Basin and his ancient boat. He stretched a finger toward the huge jar belted into the old […]Read More...

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Bardic Babble: An Interview with Katrina Ostrander

by Jessica Powell

May 22, 2015

Hail, Adventurer! I know that you have been eager to proceed upon your quest – but SURPRISE! An NPC has materialized from the shadows to impart ancient wisdom upon you before you begin your perilous journey into the realms of Gamemastering. This month I am pleased to feature Katrina Ostrander, a Fiction Editor at Fantasy […] ”Read

Just Friends(hip): A Love No Less

by Danielle E. Shipley

May 21, 2015

I’ve seen bemoaned on many an occasion the comparative shortage of stories centered around female ”Read

You’ve Written a [Insert Something Here]…Now What?

by Britny Brooks

May 20, 2015

Welcome, fellow writer. You're here because you have created something that you'd like to share with ”Read

Book Review: “Signal to Noise” by Silvia Moreno-Garcia

by Salena Casha

May 19, 2015

Today, I bring your attention to an inventive fantasy by Silvia Morena-Garcia titled Signal to N ”Read

Gained in translation?

by Judith Field

May 18, 2015

Recently, my brother recommended I read The Cyberiad by Stanislaw Lem (1965), who’s better kno ”Read

Journey: A Review

by A.E. Ash

May 13, 2015

I don’t often write game reviews, but when I do, they are frothing geekery and squee. Today, I’ ”Read

Book Review: “Boba Fett: A Practical Man” by Karen Traviss

by E. Young

May 12, 2015

Fanfiction has always been a touchy subject for writers. Some people abhor it, some people embrace i ”Read

On Scooby Doo and Wonder Woman

by Rebecca Buchanan

May 11, 2015

Like a lot of American kids, I grew up on a steady diet of Saturday morning and weekday afternoo ”Read

S1/ E11: Welcome to the Club

by Chloe N. Clark

May 8, 2015

For this month, I thought I’d tackle a particular show which has its own fandom (something I hope ”Read

Through a Door Darkly: Kate Wilhelm

by Carrie Naughton

May 6, 2015

I haven't reviewed a straight-up science fiction novel for Luna Station Quarterly since my first blo ”Read

We had fun at Free Comic Book Day!

by Jennifer Lyn Parsons

May 5, 2015

Luna Station Press had a great time this past Saturday. We had a table at the Free Comic Book Da ”Read