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More Than Two, Second Edition: Cultivating Nonmonogamous Relationships with Kindness and Integrity
Eve Rickert with Andrea Zanin

Publication Date: September 2, 2024
Formats: Hardcover, Kindle, ePub, PDF, audiobook
ISBN: 978-1-990869-58-7 (hardcover) / 978-1-990869-59-4 (ePub; Kindle; PDF) / 978-1-990869-61-7 (audiobook)
Price: US $34.95 / CAD $39.95 (hardcover); US $11.99 / CAD $15.99 (e-book); US $29.95 / CAD $34.95 (audiobook)

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“Can you love more than one person?” A lot of conversations about nonmonogamy start this way. When we discuss “opening” relationships, contemplate whether we want to be exclusive with our partners, or introduce multiple partners to friends and family, we are asking the people in our lives, and ourselves, to contend with this question. 

The answer is obvious, and misleading. The love one feels in their heart and the love one expresses through daily acts of care and affection are both “love” in the true sense, but they have different requirements, present different options and produce different outcomes. 

More Than Two can’t promise outcomes, but it is a guide to the paths—from anchor or nesting partnerships to relationship anarchy—possible within nonmonogamy. This long-awaited second edition bridges emerging theories on attachment and relationship diversity with authors Eve Rickert and Andrea Zanin’s insight and experience. 

The arcs of nonmonogamous partnerships bend towards complexity, introspection and compromise—or at least they can, if we work at it.

Eve Rickert is a Gen X, queer, solo polyamorous, relationship anarchist, neurodivergent cis woman living on unceded W̱SÁNEĆ and Lekwungen territory on the west coast of the place currently known as Canada. She is the curator of the More Than Two Essentials series and the nonmonogamy resource site, the founder and publisher of Thornapple Press, and the founder and mastermind of the science communications firm Talk Science to Me.

Read more about the new edition of More Than Two on Eve’s blog.

Andrea Zanin, MA, is a white, nonbinary, middle-aged queer writer who lives in Tkaronto (Toronto, Ontario), on the traditional territory of the Mississaugas of the Credit, the Anishnabeg, the Chippewa, the Haudenosaunee and the Wendat peoples. Andrea’s writing focuses on nonmonogamy and BDSM/Leather. Andrea has written for the Globe and Mail, The Tyee, Bitch, Ms., Xtra, IN Magazine, Outlooks Magazine and the Montreal Mirror. Their scholarly work, fiction and essays appear in a variety of collections. Andrea blogs at, where they created the 10 Rules for Happy Nonmonogamy and coined the term “polynormativity.”

Read more about the new edition of More Than Two on Andrea’s blog.