From the online phenomenons the Astro Poets comes the first great astrology primer of the 21st century, full of insight, advice and humor for every sign in the zodiac.
In these pages the Astro Poets help you see what's written in the stars and use it to navigate your friendships, your career, and your very complicated love life. If you've ever wondered why your Gemini friend won't let you get a word in edge-wise at drinks? When that Scorpio texting "u up?" at 2AM will finally take the next step in your relationship? (Hint: they won't). You've come to the right place. Both the perfect introduction to the twelve signs for the astrological novice, and a resource to return to for those who already know why their Cancer boyfriend cries during commercials but need help with their whacky new Libra boss, this is the astrology must-have for the twenty-first century and beyond.
'The Astro Poets light up the internet.' The New York Times
Publisher: Pan Macmillan
Number of pages: 240
Weight: 462 g
Dimensions: 218 x 145 x 32 mm
From matchmaking and compatibility, to friendship, professional, and dating advice, the poets of the stars are here to guide you through any challenge * W Magazine *
Dorothea Lasky and Alex Dimitrov blend poetry, pop culture and the planets . . . Fear not: When it comes to your love life, your favourite poet astrologers have got you covered. * Dazed and Confused *
A new, popular voice in the horoscope firmament has emerged, pinpointing Piscean sensitivity and Leonine self-esteem with wit and affection. * Elle *
A combination of stress and uncertainty about the future is an ailment for which astrology can seem like the perfect balm. * The Atlantic *
The Astro Poets are the hilarious duo Alex Dimitrov and Dorothea Lasky, who have been filling your timeline with laugh-out-loud horoscopes . . . soon you'll be able to keep their spot-on astrological observations tucked safely away on your bookshelf * Bustle *
Astro Poets find meaning in the stars, one tweet at a time . . . the pair mix snarky humor and pop culture references with moments of sincerity about the sun and the stars . . . the Astro Poets are also very funny. * Village Voice *
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“Fun for astro lovers”
It's fun and quirky. I liked the 21st century vibes it had and felt like it was aimed at a young adult audience with references to how each star sign texts, what star songs are etc.
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“A Fun and Relatable Reading of the Stars”
A really nice and compact guide to horoscopes, complete with a poem that sums up each zodiac sign.
A fun, queer, pop saturated karmic guide with astrological musings on the stars à la Britney Spears and Dolly Parton. Much love and vibes!
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