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“My mind is like a bad neighborhood. I try not to go there alone.” – Anne Lamott
This analogy packs a punch because it portrays the habits of thought and feeling that comprise our imaginations as spatial, social, and economic in nature. Read More ›
This is the story I read at Rabbit Room Live 2017. The first part, up to the ellipsis, reproduces one of the first pieces I ever wrote for the Rabbit Room, in 2007 or 2008. Read More ›
She sat in the second row amidst a noisy gaggle of fourth graders. She was petite and olive-skinned, and her dark eyes measured me as I paced back and forth and pontificated about matter ethereal and authorial. Read More ›
A couple of weeks ago I had the pleasure and honor of talking with Douglas McKelvey about Every Moment Holy, his forthcoming book of liturgies crafted to consecrate and narrate us through the ordinary rhythms of our lives.
One of the new additions to the Hutchmoot program this year is Nashville artist, Wayne Brezinka, who will be leading a couple of art workshops. Wayne is not only one of the most talented visual artists in the city, Read More ›
The world is only falling apart, so we know you need some humor in your day. Cue this week’s Getting Ethan comics. Read More ›
Today is the official launch of Andrew Osenga’s new podcast, The Pivot: Stories of People Who Made a Change. His first three guests include Dave Barnes, Ellie Holcomb, and Bebo Norman. Read More ›