April 2020 love-themed Tarot card readings by Emma Lord

These horoscopes consist of two-card tarot readings. The first card represents influences in your love and sex life that are coming to an end, while the second card indicates new energies on the horizon. Simply identify your astrological sign and read the interpretation to find out what awaits you this month. For more insight, try listening to the recommended song. These are general readings, so the interpretations may not resonate with everyone. If they seem accurate, it means this reading was meant for you!

Emma Lord has been practicing the art of Tarot and divination since December 2018. She currently resides in Boston, Massachusetts with her dwarf hamster Benjamin Lee and studies linguistics at Northeastern University.

The design below was originally made for a print magazine but the image is high quality, so if you have any issues with being able to read the text then click and/or zoom into it to enlarge it. There is also a downloadable PDF of it below the image if any issues persist.

Tarot card readings by Emma Lord, page design by Conor Clark

This piece was featured in Sorry Not Sorry magazine, a final year university project for my undergraduate degree in BA Journalism with Study Abroad at City, University of London. The magazine was created by myself in the role of Editor and five other final year students with a publication date of April 2020. It exists to liberate our readers from the shame and stigmas of talking about sex, sexuality and relationships.

Emma was kind enough to take the time to contribute these horoscopes to it for us.



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