Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Aletheia Writing Magazine

Aletheia Writing Magazine is a Christian magazine for teens ages 13-19.
Teens can submit stories, articles, photos, book reviews, and poems.

I received Aletheia’s Fall 2011 issue in the mail and was really excited to check it out. My 18 year old daughter loves to write! She has written many stories and even a novel last year.
My 15 year old daughter loves photography and is working on submitting one of her pictures.
My 16 year old son has struggled with writing, but loves the idea of being published and is now working on a story. What a great incentive!

I really love the idea of this magazine!
I think it's a great way for teens to get their work published.
I liked the Writer's Challenge in the fall issue I reviewed. Giving teens a phrase or idea to write about can be helpful and another way to submit their work.

From the Aletheia web site - We understand that teens have a variety of thoughts, feelings, and experiences living in this world and we're open to taking their expressions seriously and in a truthful way- we're not interested in dumbing down or sanitizing the writing we receive. We're interested in publishing teen work in a quality manner while preserving its particular integrity.

You can see a sample of Aletheia Writing Magazine HERE.

Many of the teens that have been published in the magazine are homeschoolers, but Aletheia is open to all Christian teens.

You can purchase a subscription to Aletheia Writing Magazine for $26 per year, this includes shipping and handling. A subscription includes four color issues.

You can read what my fellow Crew members are saying about Aletheia Magazine HERE!

I received a copy of Aletheia Writing Magazine in exchange for my thoughts and honest review.


  1. That is so cool that your teens are so excited about submitting! Especially the 16 year old. You'll have to let the Crew know if they end up published!!

  2. It would be very cool when your kids get published.

  3. I read through this magazine and decided not to give it to my daughter. There were too many topics that I felt wouldn't be appropriate for her to read. but I love the IDEA behind it.