More Than Two, published in September, 2014, is a book with a sharp focus on ethical non-monogamy. Its authors, Franklin Veaux and Eve Rickert attended APW 2014, where I had the privilege of meeting both. At the conference, Franklin gave the keynote address and they jointly held informative workshops, which I attended.
Franklin is well known in the poly community, largely due to an expansive online blog which he has maintained for years. Eve is a professional writer, editor and entrepreneur. They are partners in work and life, and maintain a long distance relationship. He lives in Portland, Oregon; she in Vancouver, BC.
I recently read somewhere that 36 books have been written on the subject of polyamory in the last thirty years. This number sounds about right and I have read at least twenty-five of them. More than any other, this book forces me to think. Many well-grounded ideas and concepts are presented (some through the authors’ personal experience) which can be of benefit to those in any romantic relationship structure, even a monogamous relationship. Although I am poly and well read, I learned some new things. One of the more interesting is Eve’s poly structure, which was formed and is currently maintained for reasons I had not previously thought of. I’m not going to give this away; you’ll have to read the book and you will be glad you did.