Volume 11: On a Collected Path (2017)
Organized around chapters of “Family,” “Love,” “Remembrance,” “Community,” and more, Volume 11 brings the Saint Paul community together to reflect on who we are, who we have been, and who we are challenged to become.
By Christina Joyce ●
AUNT EVELYN AND I HEAD TO CALVARY CEMETERY, as we do every June, to place flowers on Uncle Jerry’s grave. Along Front Street in Saint Paul, this Catholic cemetery is
By M. Wright ●
damp hours dried by coexistence these trumpet calls reverberate through century-old buildings but not everyone can follow the horns. so a few of us linger in the empty square, dry
Art by Immanuel Bratzel
By Julia Klatt Singer ●
about the man with the pear tree who lost his wife after fifty-six years of marriage and how he had that old gnarled tree in his backyard, and that that
Art by Patricia Olson
By Joan Maeda Trygg ●
SAINT PAUL IS MY HOME. I am made of the water and air of this place. I am accustomed to the short urban horizon, to the slant of sun that
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