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

Brokenhearted, I Read

by Calee Jordan

I am a heartbroken reader. The end of a series is a reasonable guess for my ennui, but it’s not that simple. In the last two years, the awesome Curse of the Gods series has been one of my favorite reads. The protagonist is an accident-prone smart ass who draws five beautiful, strong, and arrogant […]

Pet Peeves

by Jennifer Karr

In her October 2014 blog post, “The Inner Child and the Nude Politician,” as published in No Time to Spare (2017), Ursula K. Le Guin had this to say about the Inner Child and the idea that a truly creative person is someone deliberately refusing to grow up: “It seems to me the Super-Perceptive Child […]

LSQ News Flash! May 2018

by Anna O’Brien

Dearest readers! Here is what you need to know for all things LSQ in May: We close for submissions on May 15 so get your wonderful speculative fiction stories to us before then; Issue 034 will be out June 1!!! Brimming with fabulous fantasy, sci-fi, and things somewhere in between, this issue, like all our […]

Textual Lineage

by Cheryl Wollner

Pick up the book you’re reading right now. How did you choose this text? We build our reading lists based on our experiences. What did we read in the past that we fell in love with? What books disappointed us and why? I work with high school students as a reading and writing coach and […]

Tips to Keep Writing Over the Holidays

by Cheryl Wollner

The holidays are upon us, and whether we’re traveling to see family or enjoying some nice time at home, the upcoming weeks are an excellent time to write. For many of us, we have off from our day jobs during part of this time and that means more time for writing, and more time for […]

Suggested Readings from LSQ Authors! Day 3

by Cheryl Wollner

Our celebration of LSQ authors doesn’t stop for the weekend. With the publication of our Anthology (celebrating five years of incredible writers from around the world!) we are more thrilled than ever to continue our week of Suggested Readings by LSQ authors. Take a look at these authors’ publications and celebrate their achievements. Octavia Cade: […]