The Pluralist asks for your submissions on the themes of real and fake for the next issue
Fake / real
The words ‘fake’ and ‘real’ carry so much weight, but what do we actually mean by them? We’re more obsessed with ‘authenticity’ than ever before, whilst we’re tasked with trying to make sense of a news landscape often described as ‘fake’. What makes a ‘fake’, and does the ‘real’ even hold gravitas in a world in which legitimacy is more elusive than ever before?
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The Pluralist asks for your submissions on the themes of ‘real’ and ‘fake’ — we are looking for your poems, essays, stories, letters, digital art, illustrations, photography, and more...
Or if you’d like to pitch to us with an idea for a column or a piece of work email us at email@example.com
The deadline is Tuesday 21st April