In this first digitally optimized issue of Anchor, our contributors delve into the theme of authenticity and what it means to show up in the world in alignment with who we are when we bring our gaze inward. As a magazine committed to holding space to unpack what is at the core of justice, healing and connection, we believe that these questions around how to live authenticity are profoundly spiritual questions.Read More
Launching a new collaboration with openDemocracy's Transformation, which is a forum for content that explores where love meets social justice (sound familiar?).Read More
I'm happy to share with you that Still Harbor's Executive Director, Perry Dougherty, gave birth to a healthy, beautiful baby girl and has begun her maternity leave. She will be spending time with her family at home for the next twelve weeks.Read More
In this season of great fear and danger, when wars and rumors of wars clash against our consciousness, it seems to me that we must do two things: commit ourselves to action toward peace and justice in every way possible to us, – and find in the small things, the tender things, the quiet things, meaning and patience and hope.Read More
Anchor magazine editor Nadia Colburn will participate in Parralax Press' first ever live web show to discuss the life and teachings of Sister Dang Nghiem.Read More
I’m proud to share with you Still Harbor’s new magazine, Anchor.
In this inaugural issue, I hope you will witness the courage, imagination, and service that unfold in the collection of essays, poems, and artwork.
Anchor will be published in the spring and fall as part of Still Harbor’s new Institute for Spiritual Formation & Society. The Institute, under the leadership of Perry Dougherty, will bring Still Harbor’s approach out into the world by developing resources like this magazine, white papers, and curricula in addition to facilitating customized retreats and spiritual formation programs for communities, organizations, and institutions.Read More