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Rabbit Room on the Road

By Pete Peterson

For years now, people have been asking us to take Hutchmoot on the road. That’s a complicated request, but this year we’ve come up with a way to do just that…well, sort of.

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The Membership Podcast: Episode 6, An Interview with Charlie Peacock

By The Rabbit Room

A new episode of The Membership podcast is now available. In this episode, Jason Hardy and John Pattison interview Charlie Peacock, the 4x Grammy Award-winning, multi-format jazz and pop recording artist, composer, and record producer.

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Local Show: New Season

By The Rabbit Room

Let the Local Shows commence! A new season begins on Tuesday the 19th with Andrew Peterson, Cindy Morgan, Ron Block, and Jeff Taylor.

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Fixed In Post: Misadventures in Moviegoing

By Pete Peterson

You don’t have to spend too much time with John Barber or me to figure out that we love the movies. And for the past few years we’ve contributed to the Rabbit Room Podcast with our film discussions in a variety of episodes. But now with the launch of the podcast network, we’re moving our love for film into a podcast of our own.

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Upcoming L’Abri Lecture: Mary McCampbell on Worship and Postmodern Fiction

By The Rabbit Room

This Saturday the 16th at 6:00 pm, Friends of L’Abri Nashville will hold a dinner in Cane Ridge, Tennessee, followed by a lecture by Mary McCampbell on the desire to worship in modern and postmodern fiction. Click through for more information about Mary and this event.

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Announcing Hutchmoot UK!

By Andrew Peterson

It brings me great pleasure to tell you that, on the weekend of July 18-20, Hutchmoot UK is happening! And it brings me even greater pleasure to tell you that Hutchmoot UK is happening in Oxford—a short twenty-minute walk from the original Rabbit Room in the Eagle and Child pub. (It’s true. Google it.)

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The Gray Havens: Storehouse Tour

By The Rabbit Room

Beginning Thursday the 7th, The Gray Havens are going on a 40-date Winter & Spring tour! Depending on the city, they will be accompanied by either Chris Renzema or Jess Ray. Needless to say, these will be some fantastic live shows. Click through to see if they’ll be making a stop near you.

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Album Review: Jess Ray’s Parallels + Meridians

By Adam Whipple

Jess Ray’s music defied the conventions of debut releases. She seemed, with 2015’s Sentimental Creatures, to have leapt right into her stride. Now, this year’s Parallels + Meridians jumps equally as far ahead of its excellent predecessors.

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The Membership Podcast: Episodes 3—5

By The Rabbit Room

Three new episodes of The Membership podcast are now available. In these episodes, our hosts Jason Hardy, John Pattison, and Tim Wasem discuss Wendell Berry’s 1964 poetry collection, The Broken Ground, interview Mary Berry (Director of The Berry Center) and Dr. Leah Bayens (Director of the Berry Farming Program), and discuss two short stories: “Fly Away, Breath” and “The Hurt Man.”

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L’Abri Conference 2019: Common Grace for the Common Good

By The Rabbit Room

Some Rabbit Room friends (Katy Bowser Hutson, Rob and Lisa Wheeler) are heading up to the beautiful tundra of Minnesota for the Rochester L’Abri Conference taking place on February 8th and 9th. Interested in joining? Click through for more details.

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Introducing the Rabbit Room Staff

By Pete Peterson

The past year has gone by so quickly that we’ve hardly had a chance to stop and catch our breath, and the Rabbit Room has grown in a lot of ways over the last twelve months. Some of the biggest changes have been in the Rabbit Room team itself and it’s worth taking a moment to introduce everyone to some new people working behind the scenes.

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Field Notes for Writers

By Jonathan Rogers

Writing is the act of sitting alone and trying to connect with other people, some of whom may not even be born yet.

By necessity, writing is a solitary enterprise. When it comes time to put words on a page you have to go somewhere and be by yourself. Nevertheless, writers need other people.

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