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

The Legacy and Legend of Carrie Fisher

by Linda Codega

On Thursday, a few weeks ago, I watched a film that ended with a dedication that read “In Loving Memory of our Princess, Carrie Fisher.” The Last Jedi was her final film, her last piece of art in a world where many only knew her by her 70’s hairstyle. It’s fascinating that a woman who […]

Superblog Issue #6: She’s a Nonfiction Extraordinary Authoress

by Lady Morse Code

Hello and welcome to the new year, Extraordinary Authoress Leaguers and beloved civilian readers! I, Lady Morse Code, thought we might kickoff 2017 with something, or well someone, out of our normal box. Most of the members of the League of Extraordinary Authoresses are fiction writers but there have been a few nonfiction gals to […]

Book Review: Glory Season

by Wendy Van Camp

Book Name: Glory Season Author: David Brin First Published: 1993 Nominated: Hugo 1994 and Locus 1994 David Brin is an American scientist and writer of hard science fiction novels. His works have been New York Times Bestsellers and he has won multiple Hugo, Nebula, Locus, and Campbell awards. Brin was born in Glendale, California. He […]

Words from a Feminist: Winifred Holtby

by Cheryl Wollner

Winifred Holtby (1898-1935), a British author and ardent feminist during her short life, reminds us why we are feminists and writers: I am a feminist because I dislike everything that feminism implies. I desire an end to the whole business, the demands for equality, the suggestion of sex warfare, the very name feminist. I want […]

Wimmen’s Comix: An Anti-Patriarchy Approach

by Cheryl Wollner

I’ve officially been spoiled by The Vagina Monologues. Sorry, but there’s no going back. After you’ve stood in front of an audience and talked extensively about the clitoris, your perception of polite conversation changes. For all its flaws (equating womanhood with vaginas for instance, or believing there are only two genders, etc.), The Vagina Monologues normalizes […]