Beyond the nuclear family
Update – we unfortunately had to cancel this event. All ticketholders have been contacted and refunded, and we’re very sorry we couldn’t make it happen.
Stack is coming home. After several years away we’re returning to The Book Club in Shoreditch on Wednesday 6th July for an evening that looks closely at contemporary ideas of family.
We’re bringing together the people behind two great new independent magazines that take on the tired old stereotypes of the nuclear family and present a fresh, inclusive, and often challenging vision of contemporary parenthood. Come and hear the different stories of how and why they started their magazines, and why it’s time to think again about our most fundamental social structure.
Natalia Rachlin is co-founder and co-editor of Mother Tongue, a biannual print magazine that interrogates (and celebrates) modern motherhood. We delivered Mother Tongue’s second issue to Stack subscribers in April and this is a rare opportunity to hear her speak in London.
Harriet Fitch Little is editor-in-chief of Kindling, the magazine for people with children from the team behind Kinfolk. I spoke to her for the Stack podcast just before they published their first issue and I’m really looking forward to seeing her speak about the magazine in front of an audience.