An internationally renowned astrologer, author and teacher, Gloria has been a professional astrologer for over two decades. Her most recent written work, Astrology and Your Child, has just been released by Llewellyn Publications (December 2000). This book follows the success of her critically acclaimed Astrology: Woman to Woman, (Llewellyn, 1999). She has written the Sun Sign Book for Llewellyn since 1990, and has been a contributing author of the Moon Sign Book since 1995. Her first book, Optimum Child: Developing Your Child’s Fullest Potential through Astrology, has now been translated into four languages. She also edited and co-authored the book Astrology for Women: Roles and Relationships (Llewellyn 1997). Her astrological computer software Woman to Woman was released by Matrix Software in 1997. Ms. Star has contributed to two anthologies, Houses: Power Places in the Horoscope (Llewellyn 1993), and How to Manage the Astrology of Crisis (Llewellyn 1993). Gloria is listed in Who’s Who of American Women, and Who’s Who in the Ea. She is very active within the astrological community, where she has been honored as a nominee for the prestigious Regulus Award. She has served on the faculty of the United Astrology Congress (UAC) since its inception in 1986, and has lectured for groups and conferences throughout the U.S.A. and abroad. UAC has been the largest astrological conference in the world since its inception. She was one of the organizers of UAC’ 98 and UAC’ 95, and is currently a member of the UAC Board, planning the future UAC conference for the year 2002. She is also currently serving on the Advisory Board for Kepler College in Seattle, WA, the first accredited university program of it’s kind in the United States. A member of the Advisory Board for the National Council for Geocosmic Research (NCGR), she also served on the Steering Committee for the Association for Astrological Networking (AFAN), was editor of the AFAN Newsletter from 1992-1997 and is now serving on the AFAN Advisory Board. Gloria resides in the shoreline township of Clinton, CT. During her free time, she performs in community theater productions and sings in local chorales.