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Feature

Issue 29

Putting pen to paper is a powerful act: What we write and read shapes the way that we—and others—think about the world and each other. Journalism changes society; literature changes lives. This issue of Kinfolk celebrates the power of print, from the tactile pleasures of its material parts to the potency of the written word.

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Clippings

In boxes, under beds and at the back of drawers; scraps salvaged from the past hold potent memories.

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André Aciman

Charles Shafaieh meets the Proust scholar who wrote Call Me By Your Name.

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Seated

Models—some with two legs, some with four—sit for their portraits.

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In Print

For the season of change: prints and patterns as varied as the turning leaves.

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Booker wears a jumpsuit by Topman.

Mr. Booker

What does it mean to bear witness? Benjamin Booker asked himself this question repeatedly—and found an answer in music.

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Peer Review

Daniel Mallory Ortberg, author of The Merry Spinster, praises the caustic wit of mid-century novelist Barbara Pym.

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