About Me

Welcome to Poly.Land, where we try our darnedest to give the best relationship advice we can — regardless of your relationship style — and have fun doing it.

In Poly Land, we not only tell you that the emperor is naked. We take compromising photos of him while we’re at it.

I’m Page Turner, the author of four books. My latest is Psychic City, a murder mystery featuring an FFF triad of polyamorous detectives. I have also published three popular non-fiction/self-help books: Dealing With Difficult MetamoursA Geek’s Guide to Unicorn Ranching and Poly Land: My Brutally Honest Adventures in Polyamory. I’ve been cited as a relationship expert in a variety of media publications including The Huffington Post, Glamour, Self, and Bustle.

I’m also a relationship coach who specializes in alternative relationships, especially clientele who are non-monogamous and/or BDSM practitioners. Due to an incurable wanderlust, I’ve lived and traveled a variety of different places. I’m a psychological researcher who lived in Cleveland for about a decade but these days call Dallas home.  I grew up in the Maine woods.

In addition to my days as a psych nerd, I have worked as a jazz musician, editor, playwright, poet, newspaper reporter, medical transcriptionist, and organizational behavior (workplace psychology) consultant.

A wholesome slut and polymath, I consider myself ambiamorous, meaning that I’m a person who can be happy having either polyamorous or monogamous relationships (it really all depends on the situation). That said, I have been in polyamorous relationships for over a decade. Things are pretty stable these days, but the early days had a lot of ups and downs. The downs have taught me just as much – and arguably a lot more – than the ups. I am a ruthful (but not ruthless) pragmatist.

I’m on Twitter as @polydotland or you can follow me on Poly.Land’s Facebook Page. I cross-post the daily writing as well as share memes and articles I like to both feeds.

I occasionally review products. Please see my disclosures if you’re interested.


  1. I thought I’d say hello so you won’t feel stalked. I just started reading your blog – not for the sex part but for the “you” part. Your writing pulls me in and begs me to read on. I will be back.

  2. Thank you so much! Somehow I missed this until now. The sex part, while fascinating to many and something that leaps out at a lot people, I consider only one facet of my life and who I am and what I write about (as you’ve found). My writing is extremely important to me, and I appreciate the kind words. 🙂

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