Recently launched in the uber-cool borough of Brooklyn by David Michael Perez and P. August Heffner and now in its second issue, Kindling Quarterly is the ultimate exploration of modern day fatherhood. A combination of essays, interviews, editorials, and artistry highlight unique depictions of contemporary dads – representations typically absent from the mainstream media narrative – as a slew of creatives showcase the interplay of their work and role as a parent. Whereas issue #1 featured artist Dan Funderburgh, Thing X’s Joe Randazzo, musician Shawn James Seymour, designer Jason Roskey, and Australian food blogger Rohan Anderson alongside retrospective looks at Mr. Mom, traveling across Istanbul with an infant, and even celebrated French philosopher and theorist Michel Foucault, Kindling‘s second issue shines the spotlight on Pop Studio’s John More, Pitchfork’s Chris Kaskie, multitalented consulting guru Everard Findlay, The New York Times Magazine critic-at-large Sam Anderson, and much more. Kindling Quarterly Issue 2 is now available online for $14 USD while a one-year subscription – kicking off with the current publication – can be had for $46 USD.