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Nonmonogamy and Death

Post-nonmonogamy and Beyond: A More Than Two Essentials Guide
Andrea Zanin

Publication Date: March 29, 2024
Formats: Trade paperback, Kindle, ePub, PDF, mp3
ISBN: 978-1-990869-55-6 (paperback); 978-1-990869-56-3 (ePub, Kindle, PDF); 978-1-990869-57-0 (audiobook)
Price: US $9.95 / CAD $13.95 (paperback);  US $7.99 / CAD $9.99 (ebook); US $6.95 / CAD $8.95 (audiobook)

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Nonmonogamy has exploded in popularity over recent decades, spawning dozens of how-to guides and countless media articles. But quietly, in the wake of this wave of non-traditional relationships, a growing number of people have moved away from the nonmonogamy they once practiced. It’s not about rejecting nonmonogamy as bad or wrong. For some, trauma or the stresses of everyday life got in the way of multiple committed relationships; others lost their motivation to pursue new partners. Some ended up monogamous by attrition, and others are single by choice.

What’s it like on the other side of nonmonogamy? How did you get there? How does your life reflect what you learned along the way? Is nonmonogamy an identity or a practice? And do you think you might ever jump back in? Post-nonmonogamy and Beyond invites you to explore these questions in a spirit of self-reflection, self-compassion and curiosity.

More Than Two Essentials is a series of books by Canadian authors on focused topics in nonmonogamy. It is curated by Eve Rickert, author of the books More Than Two: A Practical Guide to Ethical Polyamory and the forthcoming Nonmonogamy and Jealousy. Learn more and find all forthcoming titles at

Andrea Zanin, MA, is a queer writer who 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.”