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The Ethical Slut by Dossie Easton
Urban Aboriginals by Geoff Mains
Radical Ecstasy by Dossie Easton
Susie Bright's Sexwise by Susie Bright
The New Topping Book by Dossie Easton
The Toybag Guide To High-Tech Toys by John Warren
Beneath the Skins by Ivo Dominguez
The Toybag Guide to Medical Play by Tempest
The Toybag Guide to Hot Wax and Temperature Play by Spectrum
The Toybag Guide To Foot And Shoe Worship by Midori
The Ethical Slut = arguably THE handbook for open relationships, polyamory, non-monogamy and other forms of ethical sleeping around. I'd recommend the chapter on jealousy to monogamous couples. Dossie Easton and Catherine Liszt (Janet Hardy writing under a pen name) are great writers, period.
The New Topping Book = Introductory book to topping/dominance in BDSM. Mainly mindset/theory and instruction on the mental aspects. No "how-tos" for physical acts. Written by the same authors as The Ethical Slut, so it's written well.
All of the Toybag Guides = "how-to"s for the BDSM acts listed. Concise and knowledgeable and physically small enough to fit inside a toybag easily. The Toybag Guide to High-Tech Toys talks about stuff like electrical play with a TENS unit or a violet wand. Medical Play and Hot Wax are pretty much as they seem.
I have to point out The Toybag Guide to Foot and Shoe Worship though. Midori is such an AMAZING writer. This one is easily the best in the series (and I own them all). She makes the guide relevant to people in all walks of BDSM/Leather/kink/fetish, not just the ones with a foot fetish. She has information for masochists, sadists, foot fetishists, submissives and dominants and just someone who's curious about feet or shoes. (She also addresses "what do you do with a dominant who's also a foot masochist?" and stuff like that.) One of the best books on kink I've ever read, hands down.
The other books, well, I don't own them. I hope this helps!
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We are currently reviewing and about to discuss that book in our polyamory book club, if you're interested:
Jay Wiseman takes a very academic approach in SM 101 because that's just the kind of guy he is, so be prepared for a thinky read, but you'll walk away with enough information to actually negotiate - and carry out - a scene with a new partner without making an ass of yourself. But don't hold me to that; some people are more adept at making asses of themselves than at reading and absorbing how-to guides ;)
Midori's book is excellent as is Lee Harrington's Shibari You Can Use: Japanese Rope Bondage and Erotic Macramé.
The Ethical Slut is accessible and eminently readable but I wouldn't say it gets very deeply into the issues of Polyamory. Funnily enough, I found it a little dated - there has been a recent re-release of this and as I haven't seen this edition I cannot comment on whether it is more up to date.