Submit your unpublished creative nonfiction stories, personal essays, and flash fiction to be considered for our Fall 2023 digital magazine!
Applications are now open for the 2023 Community Editor Apprenticeship! This program from Saint Paul Almanac is a paid apprenticeship, designed to teach an equity-focused, democratic editorial process.
Apply from Feb 17 – Mar 17.
Calling all writers and poets! Saint Paul Almanac invites you to submit your original, unpublished fiction, creative non-fiction or poetry to our COURAGE writing contest.
Submit from Feb 9 – 28.
We’re thrilled to announce the winning entries in the Spring 2022 Storytelling Contest! Sponsored by Saint Paul Almanac and University of St. Thomas Sustainable Communities Partnership. Our contest theme was
Join us for our reading series to celebrate the launch of Volume 13: A Path to Each Other! Happening around town and virtually November 16 – January 28.
Propel Nonprofits is thrilled to announce it has awarded $2.07 million to 32 arts and cultural organizations led by and for Black, Indigenous, and other People of Color (BIPOC) in Minnesota. Seeding Cultural Treasures includes granting at least $40,000 of unrestricted funds to small arts nonprofits and convening leaders from these organizations for peer-to-peer learning and workshops. Additionally, Propel will provide technical assistance to grantees in nonprofit finance, strategy, and governance. Arcata Press | Saint Paul Almanac is among the grantees.
Saint Paul Almanac, in partnership with Saint Paul Neighborhood Network and WFNU Frogtown Community Radio, will be hosting a free screening of Rooted in Rondo, a youth-produced short film documentary and audio piece that explores the histories, legacies, and future of Saint Paul’s historic Rondo neighborhood.
April is National Poetry Month and April 22nd is Earth Day. To mark these occasions, on April 22, 2022, Saint Paul Almanac partnered with White Bear Center for the Arts
Theme: environmental (in)justice in Mni Sóta Maḳoce (Minnesota). Accepting fiction, creative nonfiction, poetry, and audio & visual formats. Deadline: April 1, 2022
Creative interpretations of the theme “break through” in 3 different genres: Flash fiction, flash creative nonfiction (CNF), and poetry.
Come celebrate and honor the legacy of Carol Connolly, St. Paul’s first Poet Laureate. Join Saint Paul Almanac at the University Club of Saint Paul to launch the Carol Connolly Initiative for
“Somewhere in this city, someone is working on a poem full of hope and resolve…” — ”Poem for the State of the City, April 21, 2009” by Carol Connolly