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May 4, 2017

An interview with Racheline Maltese, co-author of a new poly romance novel. 

0:00 Introduction and host chat

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1:30 Announcements and host chat

8:30 Interview: Racheline, co-author of The Art of Three poly romance novel

Racheline Maltese, co-author of the new poly romance novel The Art of Three with Erin McRae, talks about the process of writing a romance novel for poly folks.

Racheline Maltese can fly a plane, sail a boat, and ride a horse, but has no idea how to drive a car; she’s based in Brooklyn. Erin McRae has a graduate degree in international affairs for which she focused on the role of social media in the Arab Spring; she’s based in Washington DC. Together, they write romance – often queer, often poly -- about fame and public life. Their work is currently available with, or forthcoming from, publishers including Cleis, Dreamspinner, Riptide, and Simon & Schuster’s Saga Press. As hybrid authors, they also independently publish. Like everyone in the 21st century, they met on the Internet. 

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28:30 Feedback

Catherine gives feedback on episode 368 Metamour cock block—she was on the other side of a similar situation, and she is happy to hear the advice given!

33:45 Happy poly moment

Meredith writes in with a sweet family happy poly moment

35:45 Thanks

Thanks to Manfred and Natalie and welcome Stephanie to the Poly Weekly Playmates!

36:00 How to make this podcast better

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