Here at the end of Part I of The Fiddler’s Gun, I sat down with poet, writer, Rabbit Room staff member, and reader of fine books Shigé Clark to discuss some “behind the scenes”-type stuff. Shigé only recently read the book for the first time and came to the studio full of great questions. We’ve limited the discussion to the content of Part I, so don’t worry, no spoilers for Part II, but we do get to talk about a lot of fun stuff.Read More ›
2015 has been a heck of a year. We’ve been busier than ever, tireder than ever, and more sure than ever that building and growing the Rabbit Room is exactly what we’re supposed to be doing. Here’s hoping that Read More ›
Homecoming Magazine recently ran an entire issue on faith and literature and one of the centerpieces was Gloria Gaither’s interview with Walter Wangerin Jr. in which they discuss his new book, Everlasting Is the Past, the Rabbit Room, and a whole lot more. Here’s an excerpt: Read More ›
Of all the books I’ve read this year (2012), there’s a single standout that has found a comfortable home among all time favorites like Godric, Jayber Crow, A Tale of Two Cities, and The Lord of the Read More ›
Last year I published a couple of short stories via Kindle, the first being The Timely Arrival of Barnabas Bead, but let’s face it, digital reading isn’t half as fun as real reading. So as of today I’m Read More ›
Edit: Names have been drawn! Check your email for your assignments!
It’s almost Christmas time (Really? Yes.), so it’s time to get the 2015 gift exchange in gear. This party has Read More ›
When we launched Rabbit Room Press in 2009, our goal was to publish and champion books that we felt demonstrated the core of what the Rabbit Room is about. Since then, a lot of books have Read More ›
If you were at Cardiff State’s album release show at North Wind Manor a while back, you saw Flo Oakes and her daughter perform this live. It was one of the highlights of the night. Check out their Read More ›
I don’t know about the rest of you, but I only just woke up.
Okay, that’s not quite true. But it’s almost true. Hutchmoot 2015 was just about as good as I could Read More ›
It’s going to be a busy week. There’s a Hutchmoot coming.
Starting tomorrow, upwards of 70 staff and 150 attendees will begin traveling from around the Read More ›
Almost four years ago, we published our first issue of The Molehill. The intent for the book, an anthology, was that it would give us an opportunity to showcase the works of different Read More ›
I saw Mad Max: Fury Road again last week and marveled for the third time at its ability to convey incredibly complex action scenes with rare clarity. My wife (and plenty of others) don’t understand my fascination with the film. “What makes this different from Transformers?” she asks. “It’s just two hours of action and explosions.” Read More ›