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

Happy Birthday Andre Norton!

by Cheryl Wollner

Happy birthday, Andre Norton (17 Feb, 1912 – 17 March, 2005)! A pioneer for women writing genre fiction, Andre (born Alice Mary Norton) graced our bookshelves with female written science fiction as early as 1934 with . her standalone novel The Prince Commands. Though she published her earlier work under the male pseudonym Andrew North, […]

Love and Solidarity

by Cheryl Wollner

Waking up after the election I didn’t think I would be able to write. Not that day, for certain, and I feared I would never be able to write again. Every day of the next four years lined up like soldiers to stare me down and bully me into silence. The world was a fog […]

Book Review: Dreamsnake

by Wendy Van Camp

Book Name: Dreamsnake Author: Vonda N. McIntyre First Published: 1978 Awards: Hugo, Nebula, Locus Vonda N. McIntyre was born in 1948 in Louisville, Kentucky. She moved around a great deal during her childhood finally settling in Seattle, Washington with her family. She earned a bachelor of science in biology at the University of Washington and […]

Get to know our editors: Megan Patton

by Jennifer Lyn Parsons

LSQ has a group of wonderful editors reading and preparing stories for every issue. They’ve graciously agreed to answer some questions so we can all get to know them a bit better. Today we get to learn more about Megan Patton. Hi Megan! First off, please tell us a bit about yourself. Have any super powers […]

Happy Birthday Virginia Woolf

by Cheryl Wollner

This week, we wish a happy 134th birthday to feminist innovative author, Virginia Woolf. We know her for Mrs. Dalloway. For A Room of One’s Own–the home of her famous quote: “A woman must have money and a room of her own if she is to write fiction.”) We know her for her suicide by […]

Become a Woman Who Submits to Literary Journals

by Cheryl Wollner

I am a woman who submits. I submit to literary journals and contests. I submit to end the gender gap in publishing, especially in the realm of speculative fiction. If you are a female writer, become a woman who submits. It’s terrifying to put your work into unknown hands, but it’s worth it. You type […]

It’s Not Too Late to Submit

by Cheryl Wollner

If you believe women’s voices matter and stories by women deserve to be told, submit your fiction to Luna Station Quarterly. If you believe speculative fiction is an integral part of storytelling and that women occupy a unique role in the genre, submit your fiction to Luna Station Quarterly. We’re looking for speculative fiction written […]