If you’re a writer and would like a chance to get to know some of your fellow writers, you’re welcome to join us next Saturday afternoon. The Rabbit Room Writers’ Fellowship will meet at North Wind Manor on July 8th @ 2pm. Read More ›
I’m so pleased to let you know that David Taylor will be our Hutchmoot keynote speaker.
I met David last year, thanks in part to the famous (infamous?) video he produced, featuring a conversation on the Psalms with Bono and Eugene Peterson. Read More ›
With our new membership program, each quarter we’re sending a gift to our members as a way of saying thank you for helping us do what we do. If you were a member for at least 2 out of the 3 months of the first quarter, check your mailbox. Read More ›
Last week when we launched the new membership program, we had some technical issues. Those issues have now been resolved, and we’ve also decided to give a free download of the 2016 Hutchmoot Audio Archive to all new members upon sign-up. Keep reading for more information. Read More ›
In 2010, when we were first planning this thing called Hutchmoot, we weren’t sure if anyone would come. But people did come—a lot of people—and Hutchmoot has continued to grow and evolve in ways we couldn’t have imagined. This year, things are taking a leap forward. Read More ›
Back by popular demand, the Rabbit Room Christmas Gift Exchange!
But wait, what is it?
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We’re proud to announce the first of our special guests for Rabbit Room LIVE. Read More ›
We just finished the final cleanup of the church and waved goodbye to the last of the staff and volunteers. My feet hurt. My eyes are drooping. And the Rabbit Room office looks like a tornado went through it. Hutchmoot 2016 is over. Read More ›
In 2010 when we opened the doors for the first Hutchmoot, we had no idea we’d still be having this much fun seven years later. But here we are, and this year is shaping up to be the best yet. Read More ›
On Monday (July 11) we’ll be starting another round of Writing with Flannery O’Connor—my six-week online course. We’ll dig into O’Connor’s essays in which she talks about writing, and we’ll also look closely at her fiction to understand how it does its work and how we as writers might put some of her principles into effect. Read More ›
Now that the new site has been up and running for a week, I thought I’d take a few minutes to address some questions that have come up.
Let me start by taking a time-warp to 2007. Read More ›
Tuesday, June 7th @ 730pm in Nashville, The Local Show is proud to present the release concert celebration of Eric Peters’ Far Side of the Sea.
Joining Eric onstage will be Andrew Peterson, Gabe Scott, Asher Peterson, and maybe a few other surprises. Read More ›