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Nash P.
London, GB
Post #: 5
Book Launch event: Tuesday, 26th June 2012 at 7pm
The Antelope pub
22, Eaton Terrace, London, SW1W 8EZ

Every Tuesday for the last three years we’ve been running Pub Psychology, a discussion group on matters psychological, in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere. We have already had a number of sessions on relationships (including one on polyamory) so, what could be a better place for the ‘Threesome’ book launch? Nash will be talking first on ‘The Future of Relationship’, signing copies of ‘Threesome’ and then, as always, we will dine, wine, chat and be merry until we are chucked out! Come on your own, with your partner(s), friends or pets (dogs are allowed) – it doesn’t matter, we promise you will have a good time!
user 5234359
London, GB
Post #: 4
How did it go? I just wrote a book myself on the topic and am curious about demand, backlash and anything else you might find relevant. Do you have a link to your book? tx
Nash P.
London, GB
Post #: 6
Hi Luisa,

The book launch went really well! I had a Power Point presentation on 'The future of intimacy' which was received very well. Most of people were not from polyamory circles, and yet they seemed to be very happy about my argument that polyamory should be de-stigmatised and fully accepted! Interestingly criticism of the book came from some polyamorists who didn't like the title 'Threesome' because in their view it was misleading. I can see their point but I think they probably didn't read the whole book - the title, in fact, makes a lot of sense even if physical threesome doesn't really happen. Any way, I can keep rumbling to no end, but I am right now on holiday in Australia and don't feel like writing here another novel! However, if you would like me to read through a part of your book please feel free to send it to me and we can discuss it when I come back. I know at this stage you need a lot of support ;). My e-mail address is n_popovic at

Good luck

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