Geist is the Canadian magazine of ideas and culture—every issue brings together a sumptuous mix of fact + fiction, photography and comix, poetry, essays and reviews, and the weird and wonderful from the world of words.
The Geist tone is intelligent, plain-talking, inclusive and offbeat. At the heart of our enterprise is the imaginary country that some of us inhabit from time to time, and which often has something to do with Canada.
Before submitting work, please read several issues of the print magazine, or dig deep into the archives at geist.com. While you’re at it, why not read (or reread) George Orwell’s pertinent essay “Politics and the English Language”?