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Thu, Sep 19


Novelette Booksellers

Author Event: Laura Boyle

Join us on Thursday, September 19th at 7:15 pm when we have Laura Boyle in-store, discussing her book Monogomy? In this Economy?

Author Event: Laura Boyle
Author Event: Laura Boyle

Time & Location

Sep 19, 2024, 7:15 PM – 8:30 PM CDT

Novelette Booksellers, 1101 Chapel Ave #108, Nashville, TN 37206, USA

About the event

Join us on Thursday, September 19th at 7:15 pm when we have Laura Boyle in-store, discussing her book Monogamy? In this Economy?: Finances, Childrearing, and Other Practical Concerns of Polyamory (Out August 21st).

Tickets are 'pay what you want'! You do not have to pay anything, but every dollar helps us keep the lights on and keep books in your hands. Once you 'purchase' your free tickets, your name will be added to the guest list. Spots are limited, so please don't forget to snag your tickets!

This event is standing room only, but you may bring a camping/folding chair, cushion, or pillow if you like, or get cozy on our floor! Feel free to bring non-alcoholic drinks but please do not bring any food.

Copies of Monogamy? In this Economy? will be available for purchase at the event, but ordering in advance is always your best bet to make sure you can secure a copy. Pre-order a copy for pickup or shipping here!

About Monogamy? In this Economy?:

More and more queer and not-so-queer partners are taking the plunge and deciding to live and parent together. But wait - who lives with who? How do you navigate parenting children? How do you set up your home/finances/bathrooms? Laura Boyle, having interviewed over four hundred people living in every polyamorous configuration under the sun - has answers for you. Forget 101s on jealousy and New Relationship Energy - this wise and pragmatic guide gets into the nitty gritty of living in polyamorous households long-term.

About Laura Boyle:

Laura Boyle is a relationship coach, educator, and the voice behind the blog at and the accompanying podcast. She has been an expert voice on the topics of polyamory and parenting for the Boston Globe, the Economist, Parents Magazine, and Cosmopolitan, as well as being polyamorous herself for nearly 20 years. Her coaching practice is largely focused on helping non-monogamous folks through major life transitions, and she's based in New Haven, CT.


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