Nimo Farah loves orators and storytellers. The material for a good story is all around and within us. We share our stories with friends over coffee; children erupt with news of the day’s events while bouncing on a ride home; and there are always those moments when voids of silence are filled with such revelatory narrative that the moment transcends. Nimo is a community editor for the Saint Paul Almanac and loves the stories written and shared by every day people. She recently began writing herself and has poems and a short story published on the Water-Stone Review Literary Journal and the Saint Paul Almanac. And as an aspiring storyteller has shared her words at the Black Dog Café reading jam and Equilibrium: Spoken Work at the Loft. She is really excited to be part of the Late Nite Series tradition.
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