Veritas Journal is dedicated to providing a forum for the discussion of education in the highest sense (whether formal or informal) and a regular opportunity for readers to experience in themselves a greater awakening to the true, the good and the beautiful.
To the first end, we are interested in articles on educational topics such as the cultivation of moral imagination, the role of wonder, the place of the sciences in a liberal education, or other similar subjects. But we are also interested in publishing articles on great films, art, literature, works of philosophy and theology, new or interesting pieces of mathematics, book recommendations, or rarely explored corners of history.
If you are interested in writing for Veritas Journal, please read a sample of articles first to get an idea for the range of work published. Articles should generally be 800-1500 words. Longer or shorter essays may also receive consideration, however.
Veritas Journal also accepts poetry and short works of non-fiction for occasional publication. In keeping with the tenor of the journal, we are looking for poetry and short fiction that explores the intersection of ordinary life with tragedy, mystery, and those elements of human existence which resist explanation. Please submit no more than five poems at one time.
Veritas Journal accepts simultaneous submissions but requests that authors immediately withdraw the submission if it is accepted by another media outlet. You will be asked for some brief biographical information, to upload your submission, and to provide a photograph should your piece be accepted for publication.
If you have questions about publication, payment, or other information please contact our managing editor, Bridget Donohue, at [email protected].