“There’s something universal about being a father: principles, values, the way you define your role. Fatherhood, above all else, is the result of a conscious thought process. I’m the one who decides how to fulfill my role as a father and not others around me, though they do matter.”
(Bertrand Le Guern, p24, Fathers Quarterly Issue 1)
Freshly pressed out of Warsaw, Fathers Quarterly brings you closer to the hearts of dads, sharing personal recollections of their relationship with their children. From travelling across the country with their newborn, to doing mundane routines in the morning like brushing your teeth together, the pilot issue seems like a private journal – filled with intimate stories, beautiful illustrations and photographs for keepsake.
That’s the thing about Fathers Quarterly. It makes you feel at home, tucked comfortably under your bed sheets, feeling all fuzzy and warm. Just a few pages in, we felt the need to go over and give our old man a tight hug.