I am excited about participating in Chattanooga’s Start Up Week. My first workshop on Monday, Crash Course in Design Thinking, will hopefully help with the redesign of this website. There are so many interesting workshops happening this week that there is no way I can go to everything that appeals to me, but for now I have my eye on making a podcast, low cost marketing, tips on how to negotiate, funding for small businesses, and the kombucha brewery tour.
In my first international keynote address, I will be speaking at Foro Poliamor, a polyamory convention that will take place in the countryside of Catalonia, Spain. For more information see http://foropoliamor.org/es/ponentes/
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I am thrilled to be presenting at Sex Down South again this year, and wanted to encourage you all to get your early bird tickets while they are still cheap! You can register here at http://sexdownsouth.com/registration/
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This will be my first time at Endless Poly Summer, and I am thrilled to be presenting at the lovely Abrams Creek Retreat Center in the West Virginia Countryside. Not only do I get to lounge in their creek and do some forest bathing, I get to learn from amazing people like authors Patricia Johnson and Mark Michaels, Tantra practitioner and osteopath Harold Kornylak, and resident grassroots poly big wigs Sarah Taub and Michael Rios. I will be presenting “Untangling LGBTQIAKOP,” “Polyamorous Parenting,” and “What Kids REALLY Think of their Poly Families.”
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Melissa Holder, co-organizer and chief goddess of Atlanta Poly Weekend (APW), and Elisabeth Sheff chatted with the Sex Geeks about the coming APW. Atlanta Poly Weekend is coming right up in just a few week, June 6 – 8. This podcast provides a preview of the presenters and events that weekend — check it out the podcast at www.sexgeeks.podbean.com and then come join us at the Atlanta Perimeter/Dunwoody Holiday Inn. You can find more information at http://atlantapolyweekend.com/
I will be giving three presentations at APW: the Polyamorists Next Door on Friday night at 8:15, Bringing Sexy Back… For Whom? Race and Class in Poly Culture at 4:30 on Saturday, and the Pains and Pleasures of Unicorn Hunting on Sunday at noon. Come and join in the fun, learn things, meet cool people, and talk about interesting ideas.
I will be presenting this coming weekend at the Rocky Mountain Poly Living Conference in Denver. An amazing line up of speakers includes Mim Chapman, Robert McGarey, Rev Bev, Aggie Sesz, Richard Gilmore, Elon, John Hoelle, Alexis Neely, Janet Rose, Ben Silver, Miriam Katz, Suzann Robins, Chas August, Evalena Rose, Julio Cortes, Robyn Trask, and Jesus Garcia. Dossie Easton — community founder and poly goddess extraordinaire — will be delivering the key note address.
You can find tickets and more information at https://www.lovemore.com/conferences/polyliving/pl-denver-2014/reg-den/