Friday, July 15, 2011

Kinfolk, Live

{Light Reading for the Weekend}



Thanks for all the rockin book recommendations. You guys are a wealth of literary knowledge and inspiration and I can't wait to head to the bookstore with my shopping list. For some light reading over coffee this weekend check out the online issue of Kinfolk Magazine, which just launched this morning (full disclosure: I slept with my laptop on my bedside table so that P. and I could read it first thing this morning before getting out of bed). I couldn't be more excited to be a part of this project, and I can't wait to get my hands on a hard copy. Hope you enjoy it, and see you Monday.

Read Kinfolk online here (and view it in full-screen mode for maximum photographic punch). 

19 comments:

  1. Oh Lily, I just looked over the magazine and am loving every inch. Of course you would be associated with such a fine group of individual thinkers, writers and artists. Wonderful!

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  2. SO beautiful, Lily! I loved following along here with your adventures in India, and this was like the cherry on top! So excited for you, lady! XOXO

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  3. Congratulations, Lily. It's beautiful.

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  4. loved your contribution! guavas are so beautiful.

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  5. mmmmm. love it so so much that it kinda hurts. well done, lily!!!

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  6. Yay!! Will def read this weekend! Your photo in the contributors section is sparkly, warm and lovely :)

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  7. I recently learned of kinfolk via Ashley's mention on her blog, hither and thither, I'm in love with every article! well done.

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  8. I'm so happy for three reasons:
    reason one- more people will know how wonderful your blog, your pictures and your words are, and maybe you'll finally get to have all the attention you deserve. Like a billion of followers, maybe?
    reason two- I now know about kinkfolk magazine and hearblack blog. I never heard of them before, and it's just my kind of thing. Everything is so sleek and fresh and raw but refined. (and I know there is a silly supercolorful header on my blog, I have a double personality)
    Reason three- your posts about India felt like they were never enough, and this article you wrote is wonderful and gives the perfect sense ( I presume ) of how you felt and lived there. It's like traveling and God knows how much I'd need a trip somwhere right now.
    Good job Lilly, I hope you'll get a new chance to do something like this very soon.

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  9. Really enjoyed your article! Made me miss India so very much. And the spread looked beautiful!

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  10. What a truly special publication Kinfolk is, and I must say, your contribution was one of my favorites.

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  11. Oh lady, it's beyond beautiful.

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  12. everything about this magazine is brilliant - it's slightly suffocating - i gasp with every click - such natural talent showcased.

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  13. I loved the magazine, but I especially loved your piece, having spent some time in Fort Cochin last year. Having had a completely different kind of experience there, it was so great to read more about yours and be able to visualise everything.

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  14. oh how I loved your contribution. Really truly lovely. Bravo!

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  15. Is every awesome person EVER involved in this magazine? I think so.

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  16. what a wonderful project! your feature is gorgeous. I'd love to do something like this . . .

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  17. well done, lily. so well done.

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  18. I just heard about Kinfolk from one of our interns who's friend is also a contributor. I hadn't remembered to look it up yet... but just stopped by the site after seeing this post and wow, it looks amazing! Can't wait to look through the first issue.

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