Editor-in-Chief of Horoscope
Let me introduce myself. I'm the Editor-in-Chief of Horoscope Magazine, the world's leading popular astrology magazine! I'll be celebrating 30 years with Horoscope this June and want to thank my longtime readership for all the years we've shared and welcome new readers!
I've had to wear many hats at Horoscope over the years—writer, editor, astrologer, manager—and still love everything I do!
But writing is my passion. I currently write Horoscope Magazine's 12 monthly Sun-Sign forecasts and the Self-Guidance Chart. Some of my other writing credits are Cosmo's 1999 Bedside Astrologer, Simon and Schuster's 2001 The World's Best Psychic Astrologers, and a ghostwritten five-book series of metaphysical self-help books on developing your psychic powers. I'm in the process of writing my first book—a combination of my personal journey and metaphysical voyage against the backdrop of global-shifts in consciousness and social awareness—ask me about it.
I'm also a philosopher, cosmos and consciousness explorer, meditator, I Ching expert, astrological coach, quantum physics lover, co-creation believer, and Reiki Master, all from an eclectic, thirty-year metaphysical excursion that included not only astrology but comparative religion, eastern philosophy, and psychology at Hunter College; esoteric philosophy at The School of Practical Philosophy; Western Hermetic Mystery Tradition training with B.O.T.A., a private mystery school; study of the esoteric Tarot & Kabbalah; Intuitive Studies with Edgar Cayce's Association for Research and Enlightenment; the Gateway Voyage, Guidelines Program, & Peter Russell Meditation Retreat in consciousness-expansion at The Monroe Institute; and home study with the Rosicrucians. I also love technology and the Internet—my Moon and Jupiter are in Aquarius!—so I'm both mystical and techno!
I live in New York City, one of the greatest cities in the world, with my big-boy cat Max, but I'm a nature spirit and love to travel. I especially love the southwest and have been to Arizona, New Mexico, and the red-rock mountains of southern Utah. Wherever I go out west, I collect rocks and stones, which sit around my apartment in exotic bowls, plain jars, or just laid down here and there in solitary splendor.
Now that you know a little about me, I'd love to hear from you and learn a little about your likes and life-style or answer your questions about me or the magazine.