Mia sat cross-legged on the floor in front of her laptop. She inhaled and opened her eyes. A patchwork of faces covered her screen. Eyes closed.
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Javier settled into silence, hoping that on this First Day, he would not become unmoored in time and space. Friends around him shuffled their feet,
David DiFabio is not a Quaker. He is an Air Force veteran and military contractor. But when he came to Plymouth Friends Meeting in Plymouth Meeting,
Friends Place on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., will begin hosting groups in January 2022 following nearly $2 million in renovations, and will no
This past summer, Haverford College Libraries launched a new website, Manumitted: The People Enslaved by Quakers (manumissions.haverford.edu). The
On October 6, Guilford College announced Kyle Farmbry as its next president. Farmbry will be the school’s tenth president and the first African
There must be other people still alive somewhere. I don’t know where. I don’t know how to find them even if I wanted to. I don’t know what I
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The starling was a ball of broken feathers rolled into an overflowing gutter. All night, Dex and I had sifted through the debris—twigs, leaves, the
In May, we got a message on Twitter: “Psst can we have a Quaker science fiction anthology” from @LeeFlower, who quickly roped in their friend
Shoes line the walls of the Grand Bazaar. Yellow shoes. Blue shoes. Black shoes. Red shoes. Muriel Hicks stares at more shoes than she has ever seen
The ship was the Benjamin Lay, a Takahata-class bulk cargo transport hailing from the human world of Jajavrin. It was floating dead in space, having
The first minute to take effect was minute 2023.12.1b of the Lower Sittingbourne Local Meeting Hospitality Committee: Arrangements for social lunch.
The last two men leaving the theater after a midnight showing of Captain Kronos, Vampire Hunter zipped jackets against the cold and crossed the
We sat in silence while the stars shone around us. Their light flickered through glass and tree fronds, and between the hexagonal metal grids that