To teachers of writing, publishing and kindred subjects:
Bring Geist magazine into your classroom, for FREE.
Email email@example.com to request free copies of Geist—print, digital or both!
Geist— a smart, funny quarterly magazine made in Canada—is an ideal teaching tool. Students and other emerging writers and artists find inspiration in our great variety of fiction, poetry, dispatches, essays, articles, life writing, reviews and rants, anywhere from 100 to 5,000 words long — as well as photography, drawings, comix, puzzles and curiosa of all sorts.
If you are a teacher of writing, composition, literature, publishing or any kindred subject, you can get FREE copies of Geist for you and your students — no strings, no spam — just by asking for them. The program is paid for by the Geist Foundation.
Geist is always looking for new writers and readers.
Teachers are always looking for good readings.
Geist in the Classroom puts us together.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to request FREE copies of Geist—print, digital or both!
“Geist is an inspiration to the students in my creative non-fiction writing classes. They’re thrilled — with the publication itself, and with the clear invitation to publish. Thanks from all of us!”
—Kate Braid, Malaspina University College, Nanaimo, BC
“Geist brings us fine Canadian writing and photography along with its wonderfully idiosyncratic magazine culture — close enough to the students that they might just be transformed by it.”
—Dr. Janice Williamson, English & Film Studies, University of Alberta