Jim McKenzie wears out shoes at an alarming pace, Michele Myers Berg is an actress and has seven siblings, Daniel Gabriel has written short stories that are not about St. Paul, Chelsea DeArmond likes to write on her front porch and David Tilsen is the ultimate grease monkey doctor. What do they all have in common? They all tell St. Paul stories in the Saint Paul Almanac and they all will be reading next Monday at A Fine Grind coffeehouse.
The Saint Paul Almanac is a datebook, a St. Paul travel guide, and a collection of articles, stories, and poems that reflect on the city in a more timeless way. In addition, there is a calendar of events, and listings of historical sites, restaurants, coffee houses, theatres, art galleries and more. The 2009 Saint Paul Almanac is on sale now for $11.95 in local bookstores and online. It is also sold at many coffeehouses around town, including A Fine Grind. Come to the reading and buy a copy and a coffee!
On Monday, October 27 from 7:30–8:30 p.m., the Saint Paul Almanac presents a reading at A Fine Grind Coffeehouse by writers Jim McKenzie, Michele Myers Berg, Daniel Gabriel, Chelsea DeArmond, and David Tilsen. A Fine Grind Coffeehouse is located at 2038 Marshall Avenue in St. Paul.
Jean Gabler lives in St. Paul.