The autumn edition of Kinfolk explores the relationships we have with our nearest and dearest. Some big questions are asked: How is photography changing the way we construct our family narratives? Should we feel guilty about speaking to our barista more often than our sister? Did our parents have any idea what they were doing? Will we? 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, there’s no longer a universally recognized concept. There’s no 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.
Paperback, 160 pages, full color on uncoated paper, printed in Canada.