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The autumn edition of Kinfolk explores the relationships we have with our nearest and dearest, in all of their iterations. It asks some big questions: How is photography changing the way we construct our family narratives? Should we feel guilty about speaking to our barista more than our sister? And did our parents actually have any idea what they were doing? Our concept of family is deeply personal and forever evolving. No matter what kind of family we come from or the type of family we want to create ourselves, there’s no longer a universal concept of “normal.” There’s no ubiquitous manual to consult, rules to follow or boxes to check. Well, maybe just a few: love, understanding, empathy and support. And perhaps a little patience.
Even if you usually have dinner for one at home in front of your laptop, you can't help being drawn into the Kinfolk way of life - one where you and your fellow artsy friends constantly gather to cook, entertain, or even camp together; all in a beguilingly rustic style that harks back to simpler, better times. Kinfolk has all the tips and recipes to ensure you achieve that domestic state of nirvana sooner rather than later. Hails from: USA Frequency: Quarterly (4 issues a year)