The Pageist 078: Page Turner of Poly.Land

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Episode the seventy-eighth, wherein the Pageist talks with author and poly person, Page Turner.

0.44 Intro and Announcements:

  • It’s the first episode of this month–thank you to all of my patrons. I appreciate your support! It’s vital to continuing doing what I do.
  • Big, squashy hugs to AliceinBondageLand for basically sponsoring this episode.
  • Someone in Nicaragua listened to the show.
  • One survey response. If you’d like to take the survey (it’s anonymous and gives me useful info) you may do so here.

2.41 Interview:

  • Page Turner is an author and blogger who writes about the trials and triumphs of being ethically non-monogamous. We had a great time and got on splendidly.
  • I reviewed her first book, Poly Land: My Brutally Honest Adventures in Polyamory in episode 68. The text of the book review is here.
  • Page wrote: Poly Land
  • And A Geek’s Guide to Unicorn Ranching
  • Jealousy Survival Guide by Kitty Chambliss
  • Inexcusable by Chris Lynch
  • Her website is Poly.Land
  • Facebook: PolydotLand
  • Twitter: @PolydotLand
  • Page joined me for a bonus interview about unicorn ranching (finding a third for your relationship) for the Mix Tape. Become a patron to access bonus content!

48.37 Closing Remarks:

  • Thank you for tuning in!
  • In the next episode I’ll be interviewing Epiphora from HeyEpiphora.com.
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The Pageist is a podcast about books on BDSM and other forms of non-traditional sexual expression and relationships. Books reviewed include fiction, non-fiction and graphic novels; range from classics to contemporary works and feature topics like ethical non-monogamy, sex work, gender issues, kink and the science of sex. Authors, sex educators and experienced kinksters make occasional appearances, as well.

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