Save the date! Saint Paul Almanac: Resistance and Resilience, Volume 12

Book Release Party
Wed., Sept 18, 7:30 p.m. Securian Financial Club at CHS Field, 360 Broadway St, Saint Paul MN 55101

 

The entrance is through the VIP gate, located about 40 feet to the left of the main Broadway Street gates. The lobby is through that gate and guests will head up to the 3rd floor. 
Signage will direct guests from the main entrance to the VIP gate.

 

“If I found myself exiled to that mythical island where I was allowed only one book, I would take this copy of the Saint Paul Almanac—first for its beauteous and colorful design, second for its wondrous works made of words, and third for the community that created, chose, and found ways to carry this wonder to you, dear reader. The Saint Paul Almanac is beautiful and true; reading it makes me less lonely in the world, gives me hope, and soothes my jangled nerves.”

        – Joyce Sutphen, Minnesota Poet Laureate

Come listen to your stories

Saint Paul Almanac: Resistance and Resilience is a collection of essays, memoirs, poems, and visual images that reflect lives and times in our own communities. Read the book—and join authors, artists, and neighbors for reading, listening, and conversation.

East Side Freedom Library, Sept 24, 7 p.m., 1105 Greenbrier St, Saint Paul

Next Chapter, Sept 25, 7 p.m., 38 Snelling Ave S, Saint Paul

Flying Pig, Sept 29, 2 p.m., 722 Snelling Ave N, Saint Paul

SubText, Oct 15, 7 p.m., 6 West Fifth St, Saint Paul

You are invited to submit work for Almanac 2020!

The Saint Paul Almanac’s annual publication is a collection of work submitted by you and reviewed by a panel of more than two dozen community editors who represent life perspectives and cultural heritages from every community in Saint Paul.

Our submissions process is open and waiting for your work right now! click here

For more info on submitting: click here

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