Archive: Nov 2010



A Thanksgiving Poem

By Andrew Peterson

Happy Thanksgiving, Rabbit Roomers. In honor of this fine holiday I give you my newest poem, which started out like John Berryman and became a total rip-off of Billy Collins. So Read More ›

Book Review: Island of the World

By Sarah Clarkson

I came fully awake very early this morning, and opened my eyes to a window full of sheer crimson light. One of those rare, red mornings that come sometimes in autumn had visited Read More ›

Art & The Professional

By Matt Conner

In the last decade or so, I’ve read several books on the subject of art. I can count on one hand the number that I would call essential. The War of Art by Stephen Pressfield is one such Read More ›

Author and Hero

By S. D. Smith

Seeing my life as a story is one thing, seeing myself as the central hero another.

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A Many-faced Mercy

By Sarah Clarkson

I’m up to my neck in a Jeremiah study this fall.

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The Two Trees

By Lanier Ivester

“God spoke to me this morning.”

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Book Review: The Art of Family

By Eric Peters

The Art of Family: Rituals, Imagination, and Everyday Spirituality
Gina Bria (1998, Dell Books)

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The Story of Us All

By Eric Peters

[Note: What follows is the piece I wrote for my session at Hutchmoot 2010.]

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Makoto Fujimura: A Letter to Young Artists

By Andrew Peterson

We just discovered this piece (thanks to Katy Bowser) by renowned painter Makoto Fujimura, adapted from his introduction to our friend Michael Card’s book on creativity, Scribbling in the Sand.
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