There are presently no open calls for submissions.
About Secular Homeschooler
This online and quarterly print literary magazine is for home educators, by home educators.
Secular Homeschooler is all about providing a robust set of resources and now our magazine will offer a voice to the new generation of homeschooling families. We’re looking for the words, art, and photography of families and experts from a wide range of backgrounds, lifestyles, and experiences.
Our vision is centered on real science, proven history, and free thought, but just as importantly, community, compassion, and inclusion.
We’re here because we believe in the power of truly secular education. When a child is encouraged to approach the world around them with unbounded curiosity, measured skepticism, and unwavering compassion, beautiful things are bound to happen.
We're in this together.
- Please include a small cover letter with a 2-3 sentence bio and any affiliated links along with your submission(s).
- 500-1,000 words is the preferred resource review length. 800-2,000 words is the preferred article length.
- You can submit based on upcoming publication themes or not. Submissions will be considered for both our online journal as well as our quarterly themed print publications. We cannot guarantee that an approved piece will make it into either one specifically.
- If submitting art or photography, please note it in your cover letter and use the file uploader.
- You will hear back from our team within one month of submission.
Upcoming Print Publication Themes:
- The Secular Seasonal - holidays, traditions, and family rituals from a secular perspective
- Homeschooling for a Better Future
- The Scientific Home
Online Literary Magazine Topics:
Educational environments in the home, scientific inquiry and discovery, literature in daily life, family travel, homeschool organization, community, traditions, routine, nature connection, mornings, evenings, self-directed learning, playfulness, project-based education, problem solving, embracing the alternative lifestyle, curiosity, self-care in parenthood, a day in the life, discovering passions, speaking up and out, exploration, long-term studies, bridging divides, simplicity, environment, art, educational models and concepts that you love, talking about tough topics, siblings, multicultural literature, unschooling (obviously!), stereotypes, confessions, child passions, nature study, minimalism, non-minimalism, tracking and progress, creating a love of science/literature/writing/art/math, memory-keeping, outdoor adventures, indoor adventures, habits and responsibilities, etc.