Art



I’m Sick of This (On Writing “The Oracle of Philadelphia”)

By Pete Peterson

[Editor’s note: In celebration of the print release of Pete Peterson’s “The Oracle of Philadelphia,” we share with you a piece from Pete originally published on the Rabbit Room blog in 2014 which narrates the frustration and reward of the writing process. Enjoy!]

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Introducing the Rabbit Room Christmas Gift Package

By The Rabbit Room

For the first time, the Rabbit Room has created a Christmas package, a perfect gift for friends who are unfamiliar or less familiar with the Rabbit Room! Every package includes an assortment of items—books, recipes, art, an ornament, tea, and much more—carefully curated around the themes of Advent and Christmas.

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Giving Tuesday & Rabbit Room Membership

By The Rabbit Room

If you’re interested in becoming a Rabbit Room member and would like to make as big an impact as possible, we have a special opportunity for you on Giving Tuesday.

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Hutchmoot: Homebound Encore

By The Rabbit Room

Did you miss out on registering for Hutchmoot: Homebound this year? Well, now is your chance to get in on the fun!

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Collaboration & Community in All the Wrecked Light

By Hannah Hubin

A language scholar told me this summer that, in the Hebrew culture, the imagined direction of man in time was reversed. While we in the modern western world see ourselves as moving forward in time, facing the future with the past behind us, the ancient Hebrew mind saw the opposite.

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There Comes a Little Pilgrim, and This Time, He’s a Rabbit

By Gina Sutphin

I’m not exactly sure where this journey began. It certainly didn’t start with us as a couple. It didn’t start with little Joe Sutphin drawing pictures on church bulletins with his dad. It didn’t start with little Gina Black singing into her hairbrush wanting to be Amy Grant. It didn’t even start with our parents, or Helen Taylor, or even John Bunyan himself. Parts of this puzzle probably began all the way back before God made humanity. It’s likely rooted somewhere in that space of existence and knowledge that reaches beyond what our finite mind can fathom and understand. I have come to accept that much of this experience we call life falls into that space.

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Hutchmoot 2021 Re-entry: A Planet Full of Roses

By Drew Miller

In his Sunday Chef’s Address, John Cal referenced The Little Prince and made an insight that has stuck with me. He said, “It’s like when the Little Prince discovered a planet full of roses, when at first he believed that his one single rose was unique and special in the universe. ‘It is special because it is your rose,’ the Fox tells him, ‘Not that it is unique, but that it is yours.'”

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Convene the Hutchmoot: 2021

By Drew Miller

Every year, as October approaches, I feel like there’s a little extra promise and anticipation in the air—partially just because I love the fall season, but in large part because October means Hutchmoot.⁣

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Rabbit Room Membership: Our Hopes for 2022 & Beyond

By Shigé Clark

This week, we’re sending membership gifts out to our new members. I used to be the one to pack those, and took a particular delight and care in it. I got to envision the joy on each face as they unpacked their mug, read their letter, and pondered the mystery of their member card. More than that, though, I reveled in knowing that each parcel going out represented someone who loved the Rabbit Room the way I love it.

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Hutchmoot: Homebound 2021 is Coming

By The Rabbit Room

Friends, Hutchmoot: Homebound is right around the corner. This Friday, October 8th, we will celebrate art, music, story, and community together, in pockets of family and friends all over the world. Here in Nashville, the Rabbit Room staff is so excited to finally get to share the sessions, concerts, and fun extras that we’ve been filming for months. In fact, we would love to give you a taste before the conference even begins—so throughout this week, follow our social media (@therabbitroom) to catch snippets and snapshots of what will become fully available this Friday.

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Rabbit Trails #34

By Jonny Jimison

Jonny Jimison is back with the thirty-fourth edition of his beloved comic, Rabbit Trails.

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Story Restoration: Giving Classic Literature a Visual Facelift (Homebound Session Preview)

By The Rabbit Room

In this special preview of their Hutchmoot: Homebound session, Joe Sutphin and Jamin Still explore the challenges and rewards of revisiting old, beloved stories with re-imagined illustrations.

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