Katy Bowser Hutson

Katy Bowser Hutson is a writer of songs, poetry, and books. She is the co-author, along with Flo Paris Oakes and Tish Harrison Warren, of Little Prayers for Ordinary Days (IVP Kids Press). She is one of the founding members of Rain for Roots, which tells God’s big story for little ones and their grownups. Katy also wrote a collection of poetry from her time with cancer, Now I Lay Me Down To Fight. She lives in Nashville, Tennessee, with her husband and two children.


Imagination Boot Camp: An Essay from Wild Things and Castles in the Sky

By Katy Bowser Hutson

[Editor’s note: Our friends at Square Halo books have a brand new collection of essays called Wild Things and Castles in the Sky. Together, these essays form one cohesive guide for choosing books for children. We’re grateful to get to share with you an essay from the book written by Katy Bowser Hutson, which explores themes of wonder, magic, courage, and how fairy tales remind us we’re part of something bigger than we could ever dream.]

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All For Your Love’s Sake: A Review of Prayer in the Night

By Katy Bowser Hutson

Tish Harrison Warren’s book Prayer in the Night is out in the world now. In it, her dark night of the soul is framed in the context of Compline from the Book of Common Prayer:

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Speaking of Flannery: Over the Rhine, Julie Lee, and More

By Katy Bowser Hutson

I’ve known Katy Bowser for several years, and am always struck by her brightness of disposition. She’s got this classy, Golden Age kind of quality to her, and the music she makes with her husband Kenny Hutson is Read More ›

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