Friday, July 1, 2011

Collaboration with Kinfolk Mag

{An Article! With Photos! In A Magazine!}



Happy July 1st! Now that we've gone to press and it's fo real, I'm thrilled to tell you that I have a feature piece in the inaugural issue of Kinfolk Magazine, a new online and limited edition print magazine on all the stuff I (we?) go batty over: minimalist art and design, portraits of simple living and tangible ideas for authentic, small-scale entertaining. Basically the antithesis of Martha Stewart Living. There will be no psycho DIY paper pompom-making tutorials; this is, as the magazine's motto describes, a guide for small gatherings.

But I'm just a tiny cog in the whole hand-crank machine of Kinfolk; it's the brainchild of the amazing couple behind Hearblack, one of my absolute favorite quiet, inspiring places on the internet. These guys have been killing themselves getting the rad website up and running (and I *dig* their wonderful blog), and I'm humbled to be among some rawther varsity contributors (like that brilliant Jennifer Causey behind The Maker's Project). Kinfolk launches online July 15, but you can order your advance print copy here.

Have a great weekend!

19 comments:

  1. Yahoo! Congrats, lady. Print copy, here I come. Have a great weekend! xoxo

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  2. I must tell you that I was just over the moon excited to find out you were contributing! Your posts always rock my socks-I imagine this article is going to do the same.

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  3. Awesome news! Which story did you have a part in? Have a great 4th!!

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  4. Amazing!!! Congratulations!!!! I love links. Away I go!
    xx

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  5. Congratulations!! Love their mantra, it's the approach I prefer too - have good food and drinks and convo and People Will Come. :) Looking forward to the mag!

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  6. Yay! Thanks team!
    Steph- do it! This first issue is Summer; there'll be one for Winter, capital W, in five months.

    Julie- reverse-DITTO, lady. Soooo excited for YOU!

    Jen- The article is about cleaning out and living and working in an old spice warehouse with a few other artists in South India, and creating community through food and art. Or something like that:)

    Ana- yay! Lemme know what you think!

    Trude- you're my kinda girl. xo

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  7. It sounds *so* you. Can't wait to see it!

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  8. as ms. cleo says " you bettah GET it gurl!" so dang proud of you, my little internet sensation!

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  9. Everyone whose work I "go batty over" seems to have been involved with this, which is very exciting! This may make me buy an actual print magazine again...

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  10. WOHOA!! Supercongratulations! It's nice to see that people around me are doing something great, it gives me hope for the future. I am really so happy for you.
    Let's ban Martha Stewart!
    (but I love pom-pons)

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  11. Ahh, so cool! Your pic is adorable there, I recognize Sarah Winward, former customer. So freaking glad to know about this, going to read it cover to cover, I have been craving it!

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  12. yes, super-congratulations! v. exciting and not surprising you're a part of it lily. happy fourth!

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  13. yay! so so lovely indeed. can't wait to see it.

    p.s. met ben & maggie today...wonderful people!

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  14. Lily,

    Thanks for your kindness and enthusiasm. So glad to be rubbing cyber elbows with you. Have a nice week. XO

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  15. Congrats!! I can't wait to check it out! XOXO

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  16. wow! I recognize so many of these blogger names, what a great group - congrats! Sounds like too much fun, like the world might explode from all the creativeness working together.

    Did you see my response to your comment about camping - OMG you've inspired me to a new level... how awesome would a camping book be?! ... I am going to take it in steps though... start with a blog, etc etc thanks for the encouragement!!

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