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

Author Interview: Corrina Lawson

by Rebecca Buchanan

[Today, we sit down for a brief interview with author Corrina Lawson. A regular reviewer and blogger in the romance, fantasy, science fiction, and mystery genres, Lawson is also the author of two alternate history romances — one centered on ancient Rome, the other on the ancient Norse. Here, Lawson discusses her writing, her research, […]

On The Books: Writing About Real People

by Jacqui Lipton

This month I wanted to talk a little bit about incorporating real people, or a character who is a pastiche of multiple real people, into your work. This is a question often faced by writers of memoir and historical fiction in particular, but many other writers will wonder at some point in some project or […]

Happy Birthday, Lois Lowry!

by Cheryl Wollner

Happy birthday, Lois Lowry (1937-)! Often credited as writing the first YA dystopian novel (The Giver, 1993), Lois Lowry has gifted the literary world with each series and stand-alone novel she writes. Lowry does not categorize The Giver and its sequels as science fiction, but rather views her work as telling stories. It’s refreshing to […]

Historical Fiction v. Speculative Fiction

by Cheryl Wollner

I grew up on historical fiction. I was reading the American Girl books and Dear America  in elementary school. The Royal Diaries connected me with Anastasia and taught me how similar I was to these historical women and how power does not equal safety. Ann Rinaldi’s novels were some of the first I read which […]

(Re)Claiming Women’s Spaces in Renaissance Faires

by Cheryl Wollner

“SIÞEN þe sege and þe assaut watz sesed at Troye, þe bor3 brittened and brent to bronde3 and askez, þe tulk þat þe trammes of tresoun þer wro3t Watz tried for his tricherie, þe trewest on erþe: Hit watz Ennias þe athel, and his highe kynde, þat siþen depreced prouinces, and patrounes bicome Welne3e of […]

Book Review: Invisible Fault Lines” (Kristen-Paige Madonia)

by KC Maguire

Invisible Fault Lines is an amazing new release by YA author Kristen-Paige Madonia, best known for her previous (debut) novel Fingerprints of You. While her first book was pure literary fiction, I’m not sure how best to classify Invisible Fault Lines: literary magical realism? Contemporary historical fiction? Soft science fiction? It almost creates a genre […]

Happy Birthday Jane Yolen!

by Cheryl Wollner

This week we celebrate Jane Yolen’s birthday. A science fiction author, poet and children’s book author Yolen’s expertise is greater than her massive body of work (she authored or edited over 280 books). What’s most impressive is her feminism and the joy she brings to what she does. Yolen’s work on my reading list: Lost […]

Book Review: Outlander

by Wendy Van Camp

Book Name: Outlander Author: Diana Galbadon First Published: 1991 Diana Galbadon grew up in Flagstaff, Arizona where she earned a BA in Zoology from Northern Arizona University. Later she would gain a Masters of Science in Marine Biology from UC San Diego and Scripps Institution of Oceanography. Then she returned to Arizona to earn her […]