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

Author Interview: D.L. Carter

by Wendy Van Camp

Author D. L. Carter has been called crazy, restless optimist, pessimist, lazy, a crank with delusional invisible friends who have the greatest, dangerous ideas. She is also an excellent science fiction and fantasy author. Please welcome “D” to No Wasted Ink. D. L. Carter (Dee Leana, call me ‘D’) was decanted from her incubation pod […]

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 […]

Book Review: The First Fifteen Lives of Harry August by Claire North (2014)

by Salena Casha

I have been lucky, frankly, to be a member of a special sort of book club. It’s small. It’s like-minded. It’s opinionated. And it’s fiercely intelligent. Its members care deeply and strongly about literature. Normally, the book clubs in which I engage often operate on the following schedule: 20 minutes of book talk (normally of a […]

We Are Each Others Mentors

by Cheryl Wollner

I was at a reading by Bonnie Jo Campbell and a group of us writers were talking about poetry versus short stories versus novels and writers asking each other to provide feedback on their work. Campbell said that from her understanding, fiction writers cannot have mentors. Her logic is that there are only so many […]