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

Author Interview: Laurel Anne Hill

by Wendy Van Camp

Author Laurel Anne Hill is an award-winning author of science fiction, fantasy, steampunk, and horror. Many of her stories inspire readers to choose the way of worthiness. Laurel is a fellow Broad Universe member and costumer with whom I’ve shared many a rapid fire reading with. Hello, I’m Laurel Anne Hill, author, and former underground storage tank operator. […]

Author Interview: Karen Michelle Nutt

by Wendy Van Camp

No matter the genre her tales fall under, author Karen Michelle Nutt tries to capture the rich array of emotions that accompany the most mysterious and fabulous human phenomena of falling in love. My name is Karen Michelle Nutt. As a multi-published author, I spin tales for The Wild Rose Press, Highland Press, Victory Tales […]

LSQ Author Re-Boot: Visiting with Lauren C. Teffeau

by Anna O’Brien

Hello fellow Luna Station dwellers! We love our authors and along with hugs via the internet, we like to know what they’ve been up to since their varied appearances in our Quarterly pages. That said, we recently caught up with an Issue 008 author, Lauren C. Teffeau. Lauren has recently published her first novel, Implanted, […]

Author Interview: Deborah J. Ross

by Wendy Van Camp

Deborah J. Ross writes and edits fantasy and science fiction. Her work has earned Honorable Mention in Year’s Best SF; been a Kirkus notable new release; featured on the Locus Recommended Reading List and James Tiptree, Jr. Award recommended list; was a Finalist for the Lambda Literary Award; and nominated for the National Fantasy Federation […]

Issue 034 Author Interview: C.L. Spillard and “Frost”

by Jen Gheller

We’re here again, dear readers, with another Issue 034 author interview! Below is our chat with C.L. Spillard with her story “Frost,” which you can read here before continuing. LSQ: There is a ton of story packed in just over 500 words. This could easily have been a much longer work. What made you decide […]