Minnesota Women's Press, Inc. mission is to tell stories in ways that create community and encourage change.
Based in St. Paul, MN, USA, Minnesota Women's Press, Inc., was founded by Mollie Hoben and Glenda Martin in 1984 to publish a biweekly newspaper, The Minnesota Women's Press. We draw on the talent of staff members, including the founding publishers and current publishers, Norma Smith Olson and Kathy Magnuson.
Over the years, we have grown and expanded. In February 2009, we transitioned to a monthly magazine format. The magazine is distributed for free at over 500 locations and events in the metro area. We have a readership of 115,000 in print and online.
In addition to the print publication, we currently provide these opportunities for women to meet, read, learn, write, talk and explore:
The Minnesota Women's Directory connects our readers with women in business and women-centered organizations.
BookWomen Magazine creates a readers' community for those who love women's' words.
The Center for Feminist Reading conducts Women's Reading Retreats, book Groups on the Road and Local Book Groups for thoughtful discussion about women's writings.
www.womenspress.com connects readers with all of our print publication's stories, advertisers, women's directory listings, calendar of women's events, and CFR's books activities.
WoNews is our four-times-a-month e-letter. Sign up here.
All of our divisions are located at 970 Raymond Ave., Suite 201, St. Paul, MN 55114, USA. We are changing the universe through women's stories. Check us out!