The summer issue of The Canadian Friend, our national journal, is now out. Those who are subscribers to the magazine should have received a copy in the mail by now.
This issue includes articles on Quaker theologian Robert Barclay, Quaker involvement in the development of capitalism, rethinking our use of money, eldership, news from around the Canadian Quaker family, and a lot more. You can see the full Table of Contents here.
The due date for the next issue is coming up! It is September 30, though extensions can occasionally be obtained by asking the editor nicely. Subscribers will receive their copies in the mail by mid-December.
Please submit articles between 500-1200 words long. Submissions on any topic of potential interest to Canadian Friends are welcome. (Unusual topics or word-lengths are possible, but best discussed with the editor before submitting). This issue will look in particular at Yearly Meeting in Session, though articles on other topics are also welcome.
Photos, artwork, and interesting quotations are also warmly welcomed as submissions.
The due date for the following issue is in the New Year – January 20, 2020.
Send submissions to The Canadian Friend‘s editor, Timothy Kitz, at email@example.com or c/o CYM Office, 91A Fourth Ave., Ottawa, ON, Canada, K1S 2L1.
For inspiration, or to take a trip down memory lane, The Canadian Friend back issues are available online. If your library is missing one, you can even download back issues and print them.
All members and regular attenders of the Monthly Meetings of CYM are entitled to receive a copy of The Canadian Friend. Donations to defray costs of producing the magazine are gratefully welcomed.
The annual individual subscription rate for Canada is $20, $30 for US addresses, and for all other countries $40.
To be added to the subscription list of The Canadian Friend, contact the CYM Office.
The Canadian Friend also accepts advertising! For rates and details, contact the editor (firstname.lastname@example.org, again). Please note that and the committees and bodies of Canadian Yearly Meeting (CYM) do not pay for advertising in black and white.