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We're Luna Station Quarterly, now in our TENTH year of publishing emerging women-identified scifi/fantasy authors and their amazing short fiction.
We've got a blog that publishes most of the week as well and here and other places we post about those things as well as inspirational quotes from awesome women.
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Review: “Her Silhouette, Drawn in Water”
At the start of Her Silhouette, Drawn in Water, by Vylar Kaftan, all that Bee knows is that she and Chela are telepaths, guilty of a terrible crime. Bee lost her memories when they put a chip in her neck to suppress her powers, but that’s okay – Chela is strong and fearless and knows how to survive in the dark, wet caves of the prison planet Colel-Cab. Life there is t
Weekly Wrap-Up: Week of October 7, 2019
Dear readers! Here's the run down of wonderful posts featured on the LSQ blog this week.
On Monday, we featured our monthly news flash, with info on submissions, latest issues, and more;
On Tuesday, we spoke with Issue 039 author Linda Codega about her story "Tonghai";
On Wednesday, Eliza Sinclair recommended some games for the Halloween season;
New Series: Speculative-Inspired Arts
In the eyes and hands of artists, the entire world serves as inspiration for their craft. I believe this is especially true for literary artists. With the power of the written word, authors, poets, playwrights, and screenwriters wield the ability to interpret their world
Copyright Law and Copying by Hand
I’ve been asked a number of times in the last couple of months if it’s OK to copy someone else’s work if you do it by hand rather than using a computer i.e. in terms of potential copyright liability.
Once or twice I’ve had to stop and think about it because copying has become so synonymous with the id
STELLAR SHORT FICTION BY WOMEN-IDENTIFIED WRITERS SINCE 2009
The Wandering Shop is a Mastodon instance initially geared for the science fiction and fantasy community but open to anyone. We want our 'local' timeline to have the feel of a coffee shop at a good convention: tables full of friendly conversation on a wide variety of topics. We welcome everyone who wants to participate, so long as you're willing to abide by our code of conduct.