Roland Saint-Laurent

Los Angeles City College, California State University Fullerton
Movies, TV, Literature
  • Roland was an editor for Minute Help Press from 2006-2020 and for Golgotha Press since 2020.
  • He has edited over 100 books in multiple genres including humor, entertainment, and education.
  • His work has been featured in the anthology The History of Funny and his book A Series of Frustrated Outbursts by a Fake Librarian.


Roland has worked in the publishing field for over 15 years and has had a part in selecting subjects and themes for more than 100 books. He co-founded Minute Help Press in 2006 and the true crime imprint Absolute Crime in 2015. Recently he has written about film and television for The Solute. He worked behind the scenes on several short films as an assistant director and editor before deciding to focus exclusively on writing.


Roland has bachelor's and master's degrees in linguistics from California State University Fullerton, which has kept him attentive to language use in both writing and film. He attended several film courses at Los Angeles City College with a focus on screenwriting and story structure.
Stories By Roland Saint-Laurent