Since the first issue that I wanted to write about Kindling Quarterly magazine, but with the arrival of the fifth volume, I could not pass up the opportunity. Presenting itself as an exploration of fatherhood, the magazine shows the relationship of men with their children, in a rare reflection on this role. Although not new in modern societies, fathers being active elements in family life and in the role of children caregivers, Kindling Quarterly presents a thoughtful dialogue about fatherhood that is missing from our cultural landscape. Through essays, interviews, editorials, art and photography, the magazine highlights creative individuals whose work and life are inseparable from their role as parents. In the fifth issue we can read an interview with DJ Ayres, profiles of photographer Gabe Sullivan and creative director Nicolas Neubeck or see the perfect kit for summer, among many other things.
"Kindling Quarterly playfully assesses and celebrates the multitude of experiences that form contemporary fatherhood."