Astrology Hub

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Mission Statement / Editorial Focus
One of the beauties about Astrology Hub is that it’s a center where the professional and the amateur can meet, the established and the up-and-comer. It has always been a voice for all, and it is our wish to keep that spirit alive with our magazine—not only in regards to our contributors but our content. We want to see a mix of the old and the new, the poetic and the technical. We would like to see contributions from the already brilliant astrologers and those who are on the rise and maybe have never been published. And yes, that also means fiction. Send us whatever is your tether to the stars, what stirs your imagination and causes us all to gaze up at the night sky in wonder. As readers, we want to be nourished both intellectually and spiritually. To learn new concepts that steer away from purely subjective interpretations of the collective—but when done right, this also has its place. Let us offer pieces that are scholarly and focused on research just as well as columns about our audience’s uses of astrology in their daily lives.

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Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, Medium & Twitter
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Primary Editor/Contact Person
Chris Kaplan
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Submissions Policy
Astrology Hub has an open submission policy and welcomes submissions from already established and up-and-coming authors. We will not accept simultaneous submissions, but we will allow multiple submissions across our various publication categories (i.e., feature-length articles, columns, poetry, fiction, art & photography). We buy First English Language serial rights plus certain non-exclusive rights that will be explained in our contract. Currently, our pay scale is to be determined, but it will be based on word count for articles and a flat-rate for art and photography.
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