We remember Kindred

Kindred has existed for nearly 6 years, and many contributors have made it the rich trove of stories, music, poetry, and art that it has become.

We encourage you, our readers and contributors, to share what Kindred has meant to you. Perhaps a particular article (or articles) spoke deeply to you at a pivotal moment. Perhaps Kindred offered you your first platform as a creative looking for a way to reach others. Or perhaps it became a part of the fabric of your seasons, something you treasured and looked forward to.

Please, share your stories in the comments below as we retire this beautiful place we shared together.

 

xo

The Kindreds

Comments

  1. I found Kindred through a social media post from Stephanie Platter, my former English teacher and the fearless leader of the best freshman English class in the world IMO. One article in, I was hooked. I was delighted to see other women (some former teachers) contributing as well. Over the years, the writings in Kindred have inspired me to explore my own creativity and provided comfort in hearing other’s stories. While being a reader, I’ve seen my own life change in so many ways: graduation from college, moving to new homes, starting new jobs, beginning a marriage etc. I’m grateful to the women in this magazine for sharing their own seasons and life changes. Thank you all for the wonderful space you’ve created! “If it’s half as good as the half we’ve known, here’s Hail! to the rest of the road.” — Sheldon Vanauken

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    • Madison! Crying right now. I’m truly moved, honored, and humbled by your words. I’m so grateful that we have, even unknowingly, shared this sacred space together these years. Miss you, sweet girl! So grateful.

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  2. I found Kindred through a social media post from Stephanie Platter, my former English teacher and the fearless leader of the best freshman English class in the world IMO. One article in, I was hooked. I was delighted to see other women (some former teachers) contributing as well. Over the years, the writings in Kindred have inspired me to explore my own creativity and provided comfort in hearing other’s stories. While being a reader, I’ve seen my own life change in so many ways: graduation from college, moving to new homes, starting new jobs, beginning a marriage etc. I’m grateful to the women in this magazine for sharing their own seasons and life changes. Thank you all for the wonderful space you’ve created! “If it’s half as good as the half we’ve known, here’s Hail! to the rest of the road.” — Sheldon Vanauken

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