The Mountain Astrologer

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The Mountain Astrologer Magazine
Mountain Astrologer cover, December January 2014 issue.jpg
December/January 2014 issue.
Editor Tem Tarriktar
Categories Astrology magazine
Frequency Bi-monthly
First issue 1987
Country United States of America
Language English

The Mountain Astrologer (TMA) is a bi-monthly English language astrology magazine, written for professional astrologers and astrology students of all levels.[1] It was the winner of the 1999 and 2000 Spica Awards for Best Astrology Publication.[citation needed] A review in Library Journal described it as "a thoughtful periodical, many heads above those found at supermarket checkout lines".[2]

The magazine started out as an 8-page newsletter in late 1987.[3] The magazine presents articles designed for professional astrologers. Its range extends to forecasts, listings of daily aspects and other astrological data, book reviews and humour.[citation needed] It also provides reviews for astrological software products.[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ McNiff, Marni E., The Best of the Magazine Markets for Writers, 2008, p.222. Writer's Bookstore, 2007. ISBN 978-1-889715-39-1.
  2. ^ White, William, Library journal, Volume 127, Issues 10-13, p.104. Bowker, 2002.
  3. ^ TMA article index. Retrieved 16 September 2011.
  4. ^ Stellas, Constance, Advanced Astrology for Life, p.xii. Adams Media, 2005. ISBN 978-1-59337-197-5.

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