The Atlantic just came out with a new article on polyamory that correctly identifies me as the author of The Polyamorists Next Door, but incorrectly says I interviewed 40 people for the book. I actually interviewed 131 people for the book, 22 of whom were children between 5 and 17 years old. You can read... Continue Reading →
Check out my newest blogpost on Psychology Today, Seven Forms of Non-Monogamy, at http://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/the-polyamorists-next-door/201407/seven-forms-non-monogamy
See Elisabeth Sheff on HuffPost Live chat with Robyn Trask and Leon Feingold.
In this segment Elisabeth, Robyn, and Leon chat with Josh Zepps at HuffPost Live http://live.huffingtonpost.com/r/segment/trying-an-open-relationship/53ac8d0178c90a0767000162
If you live in the Atlanta area and read books, you have no doubt heard of the Decatur Book Festival, the largest independent book festival in the United States. This year you can see me, Elisabeth Sheff, at the book festival on Saturday August 30 at 10am at the Marriott Conference Center Auditorium. For more... Continue Reading →
REVIEW ONE Ken Haslam reviewed The Polyamorists Next Door for the journal Sexual and Relationship Therapy at http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/14681994.2014.929648 Haslam says of the book: "I come away from this book with the impression that the polyamory community is on the cutting edge of social research and by trial and error they are learning those sexual, communication,... Continue Reading →
Stories from the Polycule: Real Life in Polyamorous Families Edited by Elisabeth Sheff Are you a member of a poly family and willing to share your story (anonymously) with the world? Consider writing a brief entry for the upcoming book Stories from the Polycule: Real Life in Polyamorous Families. Submissions can: • Range in length... Continue Reading →
Part three of a series of blogs on the Psychology Today website http://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/the-polyamorists-next-door/201407/part-three-monogamish-and-polyaffective-relationships