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Polyamory novels

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Curious how Fallen Lake fits into the polyamory literature, I compiled this list. Links take you to the best independent commentary I could find on these books from a polyamory perspective. In some cases, all I could find was an Amazon page.

Making this list led me to a couple of observations. First, most of the polyamory erotica appears to be written by women.

Second, most of these books fall into the realm of science fiction or fantasy. In contrast to authors of gay fiction, people who write about polyamory seem to have trouble imagining it in the world in which we live now. I welcome any corrections or additions to this list.

 

Science Fiction and Fantasy

2150 AD: Thea Alexander

The Earth’s Children: Jean Auel

The Forbidden Tower: Marion Zimmer Bradley

Babel-17: Samuel R. Delany

Star Trek: The Lost Years: J.M. Dillard

Heritage Trilogy: Ian Douglas

Legacy Trilogy: Ian Douglas

Inheritance Trilogy: Ian Douglas

Bedlam’s Bard: Mercedes Lackey Ellen Guon

Worlds: Joe Haldeman

Stranger in a Strange Land: Robert Heinlein

Time Enough for Love: Robert Heinlein

Friday: Robert Heinlein

The Moon is a Harsh Mistress: Robert Heinlein

It’s Raining Men: Crystal Jordan

Courtship Rite: Donald Kingsbury

Starfarers: Vonda N. McIntyre

The Fifth Sacred Thing: Starhawk

 Mainstream

Selling the Fantasy: Stacey L. Ford

Fallen Lake: Laird Harrison

The Book of Laughter and Forgetting: Milan Kundera

Small Changes: Marge Piercey

The Harrad Experiment: Robert Rimmer

Proposition 31: Robert Rimmer

The High Cost of Living: Marge Piercy

The Novel I Wrote 6 or 7 Years Before My Spiritual Awakening: Mystic Life

 Erotica

Play Date: A Novel of Polyamory: Jake Marlow

The Compass Rose: Gail Dayton

Marly’s Choice: Lora Leigh

Lisa’s Gift: MacKenzie McKade

Cattle Valley: About the Girls: Jenna Byrnes

Children’s books

Six-Dinner Sid: Inga Moore

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