Archive: Jan 2020



Every Moment Holy: Pocket Edition

By The Rabbit Room

Our hardcover Every Moment Holy is beautiful, but it’s not the best at road trips. That’s why we’ve made a new pocket edition for just a fraction of the price of the hardcover.

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Rabbit Room Writers Round

By The Rabbit Room

We are really excited to partner with Belmont University’s College of Theology & Christian Ministry to put on this free event one week from today—a writers round engaging in the topic of mental health & human wholeness.

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The Habit Podcast: Heidi Johnston

By The Rabbit Room

[Editor’s note: Next Thursday Jonathan is launching a new online class called Writing Through the Wardrobe. Participants will read through The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe with a writer’s eye, learning how to apply C. S. Lewis’s techniques to their own writing. Find out more at TheHabit.co/Wardrobe.]

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Healing with Our Hands: A Review of Handle with Care

By Jen Rose Yokel

I wouldn’t exactly describe myself as a touchy-feely person. If you give me a 5 Love Languages test, physical affection just barely sneaks into the number three spot. I know I carry internalized messages for how to touch other people, from determining side hugs versus regular hugs to how many seats to leave between myself and strangers on public transportation. Marriage has done a lot to shrink my personal bubble, but if I’m honest, I haven’t always considered how meaningful touch can be when we avoid brushing against each other in a crowded world.

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Hutchmoot: New Video & Ticket Information

By The Rabbit Room

It’s with deep gratitude to you that we share a brand new Hutchmoot video, taken from footage of 2019’s Hutchmoot US and crafted by the inimitable Mindy Cook. Click through to check it out.

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Colony House: Leave What’s Lost Behind

By Ben Shive

Caleb Chapman was stuck. It was time to make another Colony House record and he had no songs. That’s not quite true; he had a pile of songs, but none that were right for his band.

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Fixed In Post Podcast: Favorites from 2019

By John Barber

Every year, on the Fixed In Post podcast, Pete Peterson and I do a special episode about our favorite films of the year, and every year I include some movies that make Pete say, “I’ve never even heard of that one!” One of the great joys for me is to look past the big box office movies and to find the ones that are a little harder to notice—films that require some digging to spot.

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The Habit Podcast: Meredith McDaniel

By The Rabbit Room

The Habit Podcast is a series of conversations with writers about writing, hosted by Jonathan Rogers. This week, Jonathan Rogers interviews professional counselor and writer Meredith McDaniel.

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Local Show: Tickets On Sale Now

By The Rabbit Room

We have exciting news: tickets for this year’s spring season of the Local Show are officially on sale. This season’s shows will take place on February 18th, March 3rd, March 17th, March 31st, April 14th, and April 28th. Click through to purchase tickets.

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A 2020 Guide to Rabbit Room Content

By Drew Miller

As you may already know, the Rabbit Room began as a blog—a beloved ongoing conversation between a collection of writers and artists committed to encouraging each other and throwing ideas back and forth, just for the pleasure of it. It looked a little something like this:

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Jack and his Brother: A Review of Finding Narnia

By Carolyn Leiloglou

If you’re reading this, I think it’s safe to assume you love C. S. Lewis and are familiar with at least some of his work, if not his life. Perhaps you are also an artist of some kind, and you long for that Inkling-like fellowship with other artists that Lewis and Tolkien seemed to have enjoyed and that many of us find at Hutchmoot. But what we don’t often consider is that one of Lewis’s primary relationships was not with another artist but with his very practically-minded brother.

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The Habit Podcast: Harrison Scott Key

By The Rabbit Room

The Habit Podcast is a series of conversations with writers about writing, hosted by Jonathan Rogers. This week, Jonathan Rogers interviews Harrison Scott Key.

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