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  • Ebo’s older brother, Kwame, is gone—gone from their village in Ghana, out toward Europe, to seek a better life. First Ebo’s sister, now Kwame.

    This time, young Ebo will not be left behind.

    Ebo sets […]

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  • Last year, a wild, devastating galactic ride called Infinity War roared into the Marvel Cinematic Universe. I shared my thoughts in a post here at the Rabbit Room because I couldn’t contain my enthusiasm. Now I f […]

    • John Carney’s movie “Once” did that for me. I was expecting it to be a typical story about an ill-fated romance, and instead discovered a story about two people choosing to love each other self-sacrificially. Each character makes some hard choices that help the other to grow into the person they’re meant to become. It was a great picture of a deeper kind of love, which wasn’t romance, but was no less beautiful for that. The way that the movie ends is just perfect – bittersweet and yet full of hope.

    • That episode of Libromania was so great, I need to listen to it again!
      I think Till We Have Faces is my favorite experience of subverted expectations. Star Trek can pull it off on occasion, too.

    • All I can think of is Cohen the Barbarian in Terry Pratchett’s Discworld series — although, to be honest, there are probably loads of Doctor Who episodes that subvert the usual sci-fi and horror tropes.

      For what it’s worth, I had very little exposure to (the real) Captain Marvel before seeing this film, but I loved the angle they took; like Shigé and her brother, I was disappointed at the apparent direction of the conflict at first.

      For what it’s worth, the movie was even better the second time; having seen the big picture, I was able to focus on the all the character arcs — and in particular, Carol’s tumultuous journey of self-(re)discovery.

    • Nothing like realizing you began two consecutive paragraphs with “for what it’s worth”. I blame tiny phone screens.

      Great article, @jonnyjimison.

  • This will be on the Apple Podcasts app soon, right?

  • [Editor’s note: To celebrate the reprinting of Helena Sorensen’s Shiloh trilogy with Rabbit Room Press, we are sharing this delightful article by Jonny Jimison, first published in 2016. Enjoy, and consider p […]

    • I have not yet read Helena’s books, but I love the way you, Jonny, have encouraged us (by example) to embrace all the different ways believing artists point to the Truth in their work. Now these books are being reprinted, we will have to check them out!

  • YES I’m so excited for this!!!

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    • Hello, Marina! We’ll be announcing Hutchmoot registration on our blog, social media, and pretty much everywhere you could find it once it is underway. Should be in the next couple weeks.

    • is it true that the rabbit room got a hold of J.R.R. Tolkien’s fireplace?!

    • Tim replied 2 months ago

      Anyone else notice what he is reading?

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  • Click through for this week’s edition of Jonny Jimison’s Rabbit Trails, featuring original poetry by Lisa Eldred.

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  • Absolutely. This movie broke me in a Hutchmoot kinda way. My breaking was thorough and deep and can’t be summed into words, but you have come incredibly close.

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  • On this Christmas Day of 2018, Jonny Jimison presents Rabbit Trails: Holiday Edition, Volume 2. Click through for some high-quality Christmas shenanigans.

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  • Jonny Jimison presents Rabbit Trails: Holiday Edition, Volume 1. Click through for some high-quality Christmas shenanigans.

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  • Cave Pictures Publishing is an ambitious new comic book imprint that offers a little bit of everything: a dystopian fantasy, a superhero team, a zombie saga, a wild west tale…and an adaptation of the classic […]

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