Issue, #193, “Children in Community,” shares the voices of both "children of community" and of the adults who care about them. Some authors grew up in intentional community, others are parents who have raised children in community, others fit into both categories, and some fit into neither (including "non-biological parents" who take important roles in the lives of community children). What makes a childhood in community different from a mainstream upbringing? What makes parenting in community unique? The issue also explores creating new communities, dealing with difficult behaviors in a group, historical utopian experiments, and more.