PLATO Journal

Questions: Philosophy for Young People, the official journal of PLATO, is unique because it publishes the work of K-12 students interested in philosophical issues, including stories, essays, poems, photographs, and drawings. The journal also publishes articles by scholars and teachers, including lesson plans (which can contain descriptions/transcriptions of student responses), redefined or modified classic thought experiments, transcripts of philosophy discussions, book reviews, and more. Call for submissions here.

Of Interest takes questions related to philosophy from the general public and answers them.

The Stone

The Stone is a New York Times series that features the writing of contemporary philosophers on various issues.