Current Astrology, my Interview with Enceno Macy & Free Digital Issue of The Mountain Astrologer
Dear Friend and Reader:
In today’s edition of Planet Waves FM, I have for you my interview with Enceno Macy. He was released from prison last month after serving nearly 16 years for a crime he didn’t commit. You’ll hear the story of how that happened, and discover that such a thing is actually possible.
He’s been a Planet Waves contributor going back about five years, writing a diversity of articles for us — including a new one that we’ve just published called Fresh Out. One of his articles also appeared in Listen, our 2013 annual edition about the state of prisons in the the U.S.
Here’s a Google search of where his Planet Waves articles have appeared.
Free Digital Edition of The Mountain Astrologer
The Mountain Astrologer is considered the best English-language astrology journal. There aren’t many left; TMA has persevered through the rising tide of the Internet, publishing six times a year. It now has a digital edition. I’ve been writing for TMA lately; last year I did an article introducing TMA’s readers to my work with Eris and the centaurs (free download). In an upcoming issue I’ll also have a major investigative feature, which I will leave under wraps for now.
TMA is very good at what it does. It was one of the first astrology resources I discovered, and it helped me get my start in the business. It offers a carefully edited, selective, balanced presentation of astrology. It has some excellent standing features, including resources for following planetary movements that are not available on the ‘net.
Planet Waves and TMA are doing a kind of sample swap — we’ve extended an offer for a five-week Planet Waves subscription to their readers, and TMA is offering a free digital edition to our readers — the 112-page current April/May edition. You’ll get it as a digital flipbook and also have access to each article as a downloadable PDF file. Digital-only subscriptions are available.
It’s fun doing this kind of exchange, to cross-pollinate our readerships, in the early ethos of the Internet. I think that Planet Waves and TMA are the perfect complement, and they’ve been very nice to us.
Here’s the link to get your free digital issue.
If you have any problem with accessing your free sample issue, please email TMA at [email protected].
Enjoy — and please let me know how you like it. — efc