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Rabbit Trails #28: Christmas Edition

By Jonny Jimison

Jonny Jimison is back with a special Christmas edition of his beloved comic, Rabbit Trails.

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Harry, Did You Know?

By Drew Miller

One evening in December of 2018, Kelsey and I had just finished a riveting chapter of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows. We had been steadily plodding through the entire series for a couple years now, reading aloud to one another, reliving the tale that had so palpably awakened our imaginations as kids.

As I brushed my teeth that night, I reflected on how far we’d come—indeed, how far Harry had come. And perhaps it was the season’s influence, or perhaps it was the prompting of Fate herself, but I suddenly found myself murmuring under my breath, to the tune of that beloved song: “Harry, did you know?”

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Rabbit Trails #27

By Jonny Jimison

Jonny Jimison is back with artistic insight and empathy in this 27th edition of Rabbit Trails.

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The Molehill Podcast Halloween Edition: A Shade of Yellow (feat. Pete Peterson)

By The Rabbit Room

Wherein Pete Peterson reads his ghost story “A Shade of Yellow,” Zach & Maggie treat us to a special Halloween song, and we are visited by Drew’s evil twin.

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The Molehill Podcast: When the Angel Stirred the Waters (feat. Jonathan Rogers, Jen Rose Yokel & Rebecca Reynolds)

By The Rabbit Room

Wherein Jen Rose Yokel reads her poem “When I See It” and her piece “Beneath the Flood,” Rebecca Reynolds reads her poems “Dear Students” and “The Farmer,” Jonathan Rogers reads his short story “When the Angel Stirred the Waters,” and Drew Miller thanks you for listening to Season 1 of The Molehill Podcast.

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The Molehill Podcast: Beech Grove (feat. Russ Ramsey & Chris Slaten)

By The Rabbit Room

Wherein Chris Slaten reads his poems “Conversation,” “The Right Time,” and “All Saints’ Day,” Russ Ramsey reads his piece “Beech Grove,” and Drew Miller shares the sixth Word of Befuddlement: grumpple.

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The Molehill Podcast: Cinnamon (feat. Janna Barber & Jonathan Rogers)

By The Rabbit Room

Wherein Jonathan Rogers reads his poems “Two Villanelles,” Janna Barber reads her piece Cinnamon, and Drew Miller shares the fifth Word of Befuddlement: soggage.

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The Molehill Podcast: Pandemic Poetry (feat. Malcolm Guite & Andrew Roycroft)

By The Rabbit Room

Wherein Malcolm Guite reads his “Quarantine Quatrains” poetry collection, Andrew Roycroft reads his “Grace Triptych,” and Drew Miller shares the fourth Word of Befuddlement: spoothe.

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The Molehill Podcast: Feelings Like Water (feat. Helena Sorensen & Adam Whipple)

By The Rabbit Room

Wherein Adam Whipple reads his poems “The Knowing is in Silence” and “Swimming at Meads,” Helena Sorensen reads her piece Feelings Like Water, and Drew Miller shares the third Word of Befuddlement: obloot.

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The Molehill Podcast: This Is For All the Lonely Writers (feat. Jennifer Trafton & Chris Yokel)

By The Rabbit Room

Wherein Chris Yokel reads his poems “This Haunting” and “Another World,” Jennifer Trafton reads her piece This Is For All the Lonely Writers, we receive a brief serenade from Ron Block, and Drew Miller shares the second Word of Befuddlement: toom.

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The Molehill Podcast: Welcome to the Wilderness (feat. Don Chaffer & Rebecca Reynolds)

By The Rabbit Room

Wherein Rebecca Reynolds kicks off the show with her poem “Welcome,” Don Chaffer reads The Wilderness Journal, and Drew Miller shares the first ever Word of Befuddlement: pleethe.

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Rabbit Trails #26

By Jonny Jimison

In this week’s edition of Rabbit Trails, Doug McKelvey remains singularly focused on owls.

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