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5x5: Strong, Clear Literature: Zeitgeist

Posted by Sally Clark on Sunday, September 21, 2014
5×5: Strong, Clear Literature
Winter, 2015 Theme: Zeitgeist
http://5x5litmag.wordpress.com
 
From Zeit, meaning “time,” and Geist,” meaning “spirit,” Zeitgeist, the theme for the Winter, 2015 issue of 5×5, means “spirit of the age” or “time-spirit.” In theory, every period of time or era has a zeitgeist or a “spirit” that defines it and/or influences what a given culture of said era thinks or feels or does or creates. “No man,” said Hegel, “can surpass his own time, for the spirit of his time is his own spirit.”
 
We are looking for works of fiction, poetry, and nonfiction that explore this concept from any number of angles. Maybe you want to take a stab at “defining” the zeitgeist of the present era or of a past era, or maybe you want to examine an idea or a figure of the present or past you see as representative or symbolic of the notion of zeitgeist, or maybe you’ve cultivated a voice or technique that in and of itself evokes “the spirit of the time,” whether past or present.
 
Prove Hegel right, or prove him wrong. Give us, through strong, clear literature, of 500 words or less, on your own interpretation of zeitgeist.
 
We’ll be accepting submissions for this issue through October 14th/15th. Please see our “Submission Guidelines” for further information on the submissions process. We look forward to reading your work.




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5x5: Strong, Clear Literature: Zeitgeist

Posted by Sally Clark on Sunday, September 21, 2014
5×5: Strong, Clear Literature
Winter, 2015 Theme: Zeitgeist
http://5x5litmag.wordpress.com
 
From Zeit, meaning “time,” and Geist,” meaning “spirit,” Zeitgeist, the theme for the Winter, 2015 issue of 5×5, means “spirit of the age” or “time-spirit.” In theory, every period of time or era has a zeitgeist or a “spirit” that defines it and/or influences what a given culture of said era thinks or feels or does or creates. “No man,” said Hegel, “can surpass his own time, for the spirit of his time is his own spirit.”
 
We are looking for works of fiction, poetry, and nonfiction that explore this concept from any number of angles. Maybe you want to take a stab at “defining” the zeitgeist of the present era or of a past era, or maybe you want to examine an idea or a figure of the present or past you see as representative or symbolic of the notion of zeitgeist, or maybe you’ve cultivated a voice or technique that in and of itself evokes “the spirit of the time,” whether past or present.
 
Prove Hegel right, or prove him wrong. Give us, through strong, clear literature, of 500 words or less, on your own interpretation of zeitgeist.
 
We’ll be accepting submissions for this issue through October 14th/15th. Please see our “Submission Guidelines” for further information on the submissions process. We look forward to reading your work.




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Sally Clark Like finding shells on the beach, I love doing market research! And what I find, I love to share! I write in a variety of genres including children's, Christian, poetry, fiction, and nonfiction, so these post follow along those lines. Check out my web site: www.sallyclark.info, for more about me.

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