Queer romance publisher JMS Books wants romance novels and novelettes that include horoscopes and/or astrology as part of the plot, but whether it’s a light or pervasive element is up to the writer. Any astrological tradition is welcome, as is any romance subgenre, including historical, contemporary, and paranormal. Read the full post on Dale Cameron Lowry’s blog for writers.
Colin Bedell, a self-described gay Gemini Twin from Long Island, New York, is on a mission to make astrology more inclusive of queer identities. ‘The soul has no gender,’ Bedell … Read more