The award-winning Saint Paul Almanac, first published in 2007, is a community-curated collection of stories, photographs, and poems from all corners of the city. The Almanac is overflowing with the words of people who know and love Saint Paul, Minnesota's state capital. A guidebook, too, the Saint Paul Almanac encourages curious urban adventurers to find Saint Paul places to explore an indispensable reference to museums, galleries, restaurants, venues, landmarks, and other interesting nooks and crannies of the city.
The Saint Paul Almanac in the Press:
Winner in the 2012 Travel and 2013 Culture categories of the Midwest Book Awards.
Just about the most comprehensive book about Saint Paul you ll ever need... It s a collection of writing. It s a datebook. It s a guide to entertainment and events. Our favorite home-grown hybrid is back.... This is a book to be cherished by everyone who loves St. Paul. Saint Paul Pioneer Press
A practical, informative, and at times personal reference of all things St. Paul... A diverse mix of tributes, commentary, and comedy from students, longtime residents, new immigrants, journalists, and nostalgic ex-Saint Paul residents. Minneapolis City Pages
A compendium of local event calendars, resources and tips, combined with personal stories, history and secrets. All that, and plenty of room to scribble your own plans, insights and lists. Minneapolis Star Tribune
Every city should have such respect and fondness for itself. Dallas Morning News
...a datebook with a difference... a welter of stories from all of the ethnic groups and ages that make up the capital city... [this] fusion of multiethnic, history-and- culture-rich, hyperlocal storytelling.... There are Saint-Paul-themed poems by established and unknown poets, essays by up-and- coming novelists, reminiscences by old-timers. As the days pass, the reader/user of the Almanac gets a richer and richer image of Saint Paul as a hub of human experience, a place where, for nearly two centuries, people from far-flung places have come together to share space and history. !The Line (Twin Cities)
Important dates and even cheese-curd haikus. Pig s Eye never seemed crazier. Minnesota Monthly