Tris McCall came up with the songs, the stories, and general idea.
You can reach him at tris@mccallsalmanac.com

Ingrid K. Richter and George The Monkey helped Tris conceptualize the site. George is the overlord of Overlord. Ingrid is in Seattle (soon).

Ula Bloom created the first round of visual art.
She can be reached at ursulaboomtown@gmail.com

Kyle McRuer created the second round of visual art.
He can be reached at kylemcruer@gmail.com

Chris Littler created this website.
He can be reached at contact@chrislittler.com

Songs on this Almanac were recorded by Michael S. Flannery at the Farm in West Chester, PA and Bass Hit Studio and Jay Braun at Water Music in Hoboken and Sunnyside Guitars.

Ann Arbor, Michigan: “Hopscotch Otter’s Collegetown Blues”
Atlanta, Georgia: “King of Pops”
Austin, Texas: “Chelsea”
Baltimore, Maryland: “(That’s What I Like About) Baltimore” (Brett Whitmoyer, d; Justin Braun, b; Jay Braun, g & v; Produced & mixed by Jay Braun.)
Billings, Montana: “Tight Times (In the Land of Silence)”
Cambridge, Massachusetts: “You Could Meet Me There”
Camden, Maine: “I Dream Dead Ends”
Charleston, South Carolina: “He Eats Well”
Chicago, Illinois: “Gurleez”
Columbus, Ohio: “O Columbus”
Dearborn, Michigan: “Unbeliever, Respect the Veil”
Denver, Colorado: “Conspiracy Theory (Brett Whitmoyer, d; Justin Braun, b; Jay Braun, g; Rachel Drehmann, french horn; Ronni J. Reich & George The Monkey, v. Produced & mixed by Jay Braun.)
Houston, Texas: “Houston Calls the Space Cadet” (Eric Tait, d; Michael Flannery, b & g; Hilary Jane, Ronni J. Reich & George The Monkey, v. Produced & mixed by Michael Flannery.)
Indianapolis, Indiana: “A Girl With a Bicycle”
Jersey City, New Jersey: “Paul Simon, I Had to Ask”
Las Vegas, Nevada: “All the Money in the World”
Los Angeles, California: “You Needn’t Be So Mean, Baby”
Miami Beach, Florida: “Every Day is Children’s Day”
Monticello, New York: “Sector B”
Nashville, Tennessee: “You’re No Good to Anyone”
New Orleans, Louisiana: “The Unmapped Man”
New York, New York: “The Prince of Daylight (Brett Whitmoyer, d; Justin Braun, b; Jay Braun, g; Prof. Hilary Jane Englert, v. Produced & mixed by Jay Braun.)
Northampton, Massachusetts: “The Blue Door”
Orlando, Florida: “Nowhere to Go But Down”
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: “Backstage @ The Hungry Bum”
Phoenix, Arizona: “On Indian School”
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania: “Kate Beaton (Eric Tait, d; Michael Flannery, b & g. Produced & mixed by Michael Flannery.)
Portland, Oregon: “Turbulence at Night”
Raleigh, North Carolina: “I Like America”
Richmond, Virginia: “American Flag”
San Diego, California: “Route 52” (Eric Tait, d; Michael Flannery, b & g; Ronni J. Reich & Hilary Jane Englert, v. Produced & mixed by Michael Flannery.)
San Francisco, California: “Joe Panik”
San Juan, Puerto Rico: “The Tantrum”
Seattle, Washington: “Take Me to the Waterfall (Eric Tait, d; Michael Flannery, b & g; Daniel Flannery, additional synth; Ronni J. Reich, v. Produced & mixed by Michael Flannery.)
Washington, D.C.: “You Used to Sing About Manhattan”
Wilmington, North Carolina: “Somewhere Down the Line”
Yountville, California: “The Sybarite”

Tris McCall plays piano, Korg MS2000 and Moog Sub 37 synthesizers, and acoustic guitar (poorly.) He likes bread, butter, and berries to eat.