The publishing world has covered creative individuals in many forms but this may be the first of its kind. Kindling Quarterly arriving later this month is a new magazine about fathers in the creative field. It attempts to divert stereotypes and traditional roles that fatherhood plays all the while quoting rap lyrics, referencing Charles and Ray Eames and sharing insight into artists’ lives and their kids. It is a refreshing take on parenthood that will most likely appeal to a wide range of readers. The inaugural issue includes a studio visit with Dan Funderburg, a culinary adventure to the Australian wilderness with Rohan Anderson, a talk with furniture designer and maker Jason Roskey of Fern and much more. Whether you’re a dad, a father-to-be, or neither, Kindling Quarterly will more than likely pique your interest.