March 3, 2023
Submit your unpublished creative nonfiction stories, personal essays, and flash fiction to be considered for our Fall 2023 digital magazine!
February 16, 2023
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.
February 9, 2023
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 Saint Paul Almanac invites you to submit your original, unpublished fiction, creative non-fiction or poetry to our COURAGE writing contest.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.
December 12, 2022
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
November 7, 2022
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.
By Chong Yang ● September 27, 2022
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By Diane Wilson ● September 27, 2022
The Oceti Sakowin, or Seven Council Fires, which includes the Dakota, Lakota, and Nakota peoples, carry an origin story that teaches the sacred nature of water. This relationship is embedded
By Ty Chapman ● September 27, 2022
At fifteen, I watched a cop shove a child down concrete school steps, his body flailing between impacts. His skull battered to fragments. Crimson rivering down a well-ironed shirt.
By Julia Klatt Singer ● September 27, 2022
Each word a stone. We can build a wall or a path to each other.
By Loren Niemi ● September 27, 2022
The snowblower works the sidewalk The wind works the window Curtains flutter where the window leaks, Miles Davis’s Nefertiti is the soundtrack, And if all is not right with the
By Dr. Margaret Ponder Lovejoy, EdD ● September 27, 2022
Rondo Avenue moved. The main artery gave life, commitment, and courage to the community. Everything on wheels—bicycles, cars, streetcars, and trucks—used Rondo Avenue. The activity was constant. The energy was
July 28, 2022
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.