There is a line between day and night, between the ancient and modern, between the known and the unknown, and we can walk there together.
Our latest issue of Luna Station Quarterly contains the usual melange of flavors and textures that you’ve come to expect. Magic and mystery, more than one queer love story, a lotus girl and an ice giant, crones and cookbooks and family secrets, and sweetness in even the darkest of circumstances.
Oh. And there are more aliens than usual this issue. Don’t ask why. They tend to do what they want.
- "Editorial, Issue 043" by Jennifer Lyn Parsons
- "10 Spells the Glasbläser Family Is Not Sharing With Each Other, In Order of Secrecy" by Elisabeth R Moore
- "Yolk" by Morgan MacVaugh
- "For God is in Sleep Also, and Dreams Advise" by D.L. Podlesni
- "A Worship" by Andrea Goyan
- "Dead Katherine" by Victoria Zelvin
- "The Space Beyond Cubicle Twenty-Nine" by Chelsea Sutton
- "Vó Úrsula’s Magical Shop for Soul-Aches" by Victoria V.
- "The Family Recipe" by Alexandra Grunberg
- "Assyrian Machinery" by Anne Elise Brinich
- "Giant Beach" by Amy Porter
- "Halfway Through the Dark" by Alexis Ames