Nodin Press

Minneapolis-based Nodin Press has been publishing books for more than 50 years with special emphasis on poetry, nature, sports, and regional history. Recent award-winners include Little Eternities (Ben Franklin silver award for poetry: Austin, Texas), Crossing the Water (Midwest Publishers Award for poetry), Nature at Our Doorstep (Midwest Publishers Award, best interior layout), and A People’s History of the Seward Neighborhood (Award of Distinction, American Association of State and Local History). Notable among its backlist titles are poetry collections by Louis Jenkins, Michael Dennis Browne, Carol Masters, Margaret Hasse, Sharon Chmielarz, Bart Sutter, Athena Kildegaard, Emilie Buchwald, Cary Waterman, Philip Bryant, Greg Watson, and Michael Kiesaw Moore. It has published biographies of governor Rudy Perpich, Jon Hassler, Don Fraser, and the Pillsbury family; nature and travel guides by Jim Gilbert, Matt Schuth, and John Toren; memoirs by Brenda Ueland, Jim Klobuchar, and Gail Rosenblum; a history of Control Data and the early years of the computer industry; and a wide variety of other subjects including histories of the Minneapolis Aquatennial, Nicollet Island, and Minnesota Twins memorabilia. 

Festival Special:

During the three days of the Twin Cities Book Festival, Nodin Press is offering a 20 percent discount of all of its titles ordered through the Itasca Fulfillment center.