Have you ever found yourself wondering what we might have in common with stars or why the Moon never leaves us? Thinking about the precise dancing of planets, the passing of time or the nature of natural things?
Our world is full of unshakeable mystery, and although we live in a civilisation more complicated than ever, there is beauty and reassurance to be found in knowing how and why.
From the New York Times bestselling creator of Lost in Translation, A Small Illustrated Guide to the Universe is a delicately existential and welcoming exploration of the cosmos - one that examines and marvels at the astonishing principles, laws, and phenomena that we exist alongside, that surround us.
Introducing The Work Special This issue of Kinfolk revisits the popular subjects of — work and the entrepreneurial spirit. Alongside the regular mix of thoughtful lifestyle content, this edition dedicates...
Introducing The Weekend Special This issue of Kinfolk examines the nuances of free time, its rituals and rhythms and its capacity to reinvigorate. Rather than advising how to fill 48 hours, the...
A collection of writings from Charlotte Perkins Gilman, the most important American feminist of the early twentieth century. Includes the chilling and hugely influential 'The Yellow Wallpaper', which documents the...
From caverns deep underground to sky-high mountains, the rocks and stones all around us are ancient. Greedy oni lurk in a cave in Japan; a stonecutter becomes a mountain; and...
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