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"The Curse of Apollo"

by Diana Hurlburt

For each season there is a story. Some are more popular than others; Markos points out with a sly chuckle my expression of long-suffering when it is lambing time once more and someone begs for the tale of the boy Liberator among the king’s flocks. At any rate, tales are a more pleasant way of counting the seasons than taxes, and a few tales become so well-loved that their beginnings twine with those of the rituals they celebrate, with no endings in sight. So it went with the story of Kharis a Read more...

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by Jen Gheller

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by Tiffany Meuret

February 21, 2019

There’s been a lot of uproar in the bookish Twittersphere of late about people (usually white) ste Read more...

LSQ Year 10 Special: Editor interview – meet Caroljean Gavin

by Anna O'Brien

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This is Luna Station Quarterly's tenth year in publication and we're celebrating in lots of differen Read more...

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by Anna O'Brien

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by Lale Davidson

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