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

Diana Hurlburt

Diana daylights as a public librarian on the sunny Gulf Coast (graduating from the University of South Florida’s English and library science programs put an official stamp on what everyone already knew). When not dispensing readers’ advisory and youth programs, she divides her writing time between contemporary romance and weird regional tales. She has a soft spot for f/f, but loves exploring queer friendships, families, and other relationships in her stories. An admitted place obsessive, she’s Florida-born and bred, but lived in Cleveland for a time and left part of her heart behind.

Horses, heavy metal, and fantasy paperbacks are some of Diana’s favorite things. Her bookshelf collects names like Jo Walton, Victor LaValle, Thomas Hardy, and Jesmyn Ward. Catch her donating to the local coffeehouse’s tip jar, or hanging on the saddling paddock fence.