Review of For Better for Worse: Should I Get Married? By Neel Burton For such a light and accessible read, Neel Burton’s new book For Better For Worse: Should I get Married? is surprisingly dense with information. A compendium of entries from Burton’s Psychology Today blog, For Better For Worse could also be subtitled... Continue Reading →
This fall I had the great fortune to visit with the publishers at Fantastic Fiction Publishing. When I mentioned to the primary editor that I had just finished the book I had been reading and was looking for something new to read, she recommended Elizabeth Schechter’s Counsel of the Wicked . “I don’t like... Continue Reading →
If you have read any of my books, I would really appreciate it if you would review them. Review at Amazon https://www.amazon.com/When-Someone-Love-Polyamorous-Understanding/dp/0996460187 And Goodreads http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/29633526-when-someone-you-love-is-polyamorous Review at Goodreads http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/25707128-stories-from-the-polycule?ac=1&from_search=true and Review at Amazon https://www.amazon.com/Stories-Polycule-Real-Polyamorous-Families/dp/0991399773/ref=pd_bxgy_14_img_2?ie=UTF8&refRID=GWMHWS0J5JY2B98DHJNG Review at Goodreads http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/18145510-the-polyamorists-next-door?ac=1&from_search=true And Review at Amazon https://www.amazon.com/Polyamorists-Next-Door-Multiple-Partner-Relationships/dp/144225310X/ref=pd_sim_14_4?ie=UTF8&dpID=4180rLU6RPL&dpSrc=sims&preST=_AC_UL320_SR214%2C320_&refRID=BTPZFD04ZT8Q5P00GYTM Thanks for your time!!!
In Polyqueer: Gender, Race, and Polyamory, Dr. Mimi Schippers examines the racialized and gendered backdrop against which heterosexuality and monogamy play out in contemporary US culture. Focusing on multiplistic configurations of one woman with two men, Schippers provides a polyqueer reading of E.Lynn Harris’s Invisible Life and the film The Other Man. Going beyond the... Continue Reading →
Women in Relationships with Bisexual Men: Bi Men By Women is yet another triumph for Dr. Maria Pallotta-Chiarolli. In her ongoing quest to examine the borderlands between/around dichotomous positions, Pallotta-Chiarolli has produced a sophisticated discussion of the intersections of sexuality, gender, race, ethnicity, class, and social institutions like healthcare and religion. Defying the misrepresentation and... Continue Reading →
I recently read Mark Michaels and Patricia Johnson's new book Designer Relationships and loved it! A deceptively modest little book, it is short enough to read in one long sitting or several shorter ones. Do not be fooled by the demure length, however, because Michales and Johnson pack some huge ideas in to this pint-sized... Continue Reading →
Some of you have probably already read Jacqueline Koyanagi's wonderful science fiction adventure Ascension, because it was published in 2013. Those of you who enjoy sci fi and have not yet had a chance to read this excellent book are in for a treat. A blend of a closely-knit crew on semi-legal runs throughout the... Continue Reading →
Have you ever felt that you don’t fit in, that somehow you are out of step with those around you? Franklin Veaux not only understands, but takes a fresh perspective on creating an authentic life in his poignant memoir The Game Changer, coming this fall from Thorntree Press and available for pre-order here. Forging his... Continue Reading →