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The Second Muse, Episode Three: Son of Laughter

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Today we are excited to share with you the third episode of our new podcast, The Second Muse. In this episode, Drew Miller is joined by Chris Slaten (aka Son of Laughter) and Ben Shive to discuss Slaten’s song, “The Fiddler.” If you’re familiar with this song already, you know that it is complex, yet succinct; dense, yet lightweight. It feels like a three-minute peek into a vast landscape worthy of endless exploration.

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Hutchmoot Podcast, Halloween Edition: The Delightful Shiver

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What is it that makes ghost stories so much fun? Is it just that they’re scary and suspenseful and make us jump? Or is something deeper going on? What if these eerie tales of things that go bump in the night are actually lifting the veil and shining light on something real and good and true about the world?

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The Second Muse, Episode Two: Jordy Searcy

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Chances are, if you’ve been hanging around the blog, you’ve seen something about our new Podcast Network. Needless to say, we’re elated about this new avenue for sharing meaningful conversations—this network will be home to several promising podcasts, including The Artist’s Creed (bringing creativity into dialogue with the Apostles’ Creed), Read More ›

New Release: Book Girl by Sarah Clarkson

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If you know anything at all about Sarah Clarkson, you know this: she loves books. And today she uses her lifetime of reading to bless us all with her newest book: Book Girl: A Journey Through the Treaures & Transforming Power of a Reading Life. Read More ›

Frankenstein Hits the Stage Tomorrow

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“You are the cause. I am the effect. The rest is destiny.”

Today in 1797, Mary Shelley was born, and 21 years later the first edition of Frankenstein was published. This year marks the 200th anniversary of the novel. It’s become one of our most enduring stories, and this year A. S. “Pete” Peterson went to work with Studio Tenn to develop a fresh new adaptation for the stage. The show opens tomorrow and will run for two weekends.

The story of Victor Frankenstein and his creature is much more than a mere monster tale. It’s a story rich with theological, sociological, and psychological layers exploring not only what it means to be human, but what it means to be shaped by the power of love—or hatred.

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Back To School Bundles: Rabbit Room Store

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The season of school is now upon us! To celebrate, we offer you a few of our favorite Rabbit Room books at reduced prices. Click through to learn more.

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Special Local Show Tonight: Russ Ramsey’s Book Release Celebration!

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We are having a very special Local Show tonight to celebrate the release of Russ Ramsey’s The Mission of the Body of Christ! The evening will feature not only Russ Ramsey, but Andrew Peterson, Sandra McCracken, and Melanie Penn as well. This evening is sure to be a rich collection of songs and stories, and we’d love to have you join us.

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New Release: Wingfeather Saga Animated Film Soundtrack

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Did you watch the Wingfeather Saga animated film and feel deeply moved by the mysterious, enchanting music that helped tell the story? Did you think, “I wonder what that song is—I sure do wish I could listen to it anytime I wanted!” If you answered yes, then today is your lucky day. The soundtrack to the Wingfeather Saga animated film is now available.

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Release: The Mission of the Body of Christ

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Way back in 2011, Rabbit Room Press was proud to shepherd into existence Russ Ramsey’s first book Behold the Lamb of God: An Advent Narrative. Over the past seven years, it’s been a joy to watch Russ grow and stretch his legs as an author—since that first book, he’s published his second and third (Behold the King of Glory, and Struck). Today we’re delighted to help him celebrate the release of his fourth, The Mission of the Body of Christ. Read More ›

Episode Three: The Local Show Artist Spotlight – Part Three: Community

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In this series focusing on artists from the Local Show, Andrew Osenga, Jenny & Tyler, and The Arcadian Wild discuss their individual origins (part 1), their creative processes (part 2), and the role that community plays in their work (Part 3).

The Local Show Artist Spotlight (Episode 1) – Part Three: Community

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The Local Show will be four years old this fall, and we’re having more fun than ever. This spring, filmmaker Karl Sutton caught up with three artists featured at the show to talk about where they’ve come from, how they approach the creative process, and what role community plays in their work. This is “Part Three: Community.” Enjoy!

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Episode One: The Local Show Artist Spotlight – Part Two: Process

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In this series focusing on artists from the Local Show, Andrew Osenga, Jenny & Tyler, and The Arcadian Wild discuss their individual origins (part 1), their creative processes (part 2), and the role that community plays in their work (Part 3).