Submission guidelines

Thank you for your interest in celebrating life with service member families And Their surrounding communities.

We are always looking for fresh and exciting content to feature in print and online and are excited at the potential of working together.


The nine personas within the publication represent the attributes courageously demonstrated by this community. While a reader might naturally gravitate towards one or two of the personas, we believe different seasons call for different strengths. Within each section, we incorporate interviews, personal narratives, and self-development exercises to provide guidance and hope for all seasons of service member family life.



Below are a list of keywords to help provide a framework for submissions. These words do not need to be the titles of articles, but rather an inspiration as you are crafting a submission. Submissions for review can include but are not limited to personal narratives, short stories, poetry, interviews, watercolor, calligraphy, and photography.

Keywords: Cultivate, Develop, Nourish, Nurture, Enrich, Cherish, Preserve, Devotion, Bloom, Flourish


In your submission inquiry, please include the following: Are you interested in submitting a development/narrative story, or an activity/tutorial? Which persona best matches your submission? Please provide a working title for your piece plus a 100 word or less summary of your proposed submission. You may submit more than one idea if you have several topics in mind.


We are excited to fill the pages of Legacy Magazine with the beautiful work of the service member community. Submissions for review can include but are not limited to watercolor, calligraphy, graphic design, and photography.

If you would like to be considered to collaborate on specific projects, we would love to see a sample of your work!


Please visit our photography guidelines HERE.

*We look forward to hearing from you! Please note that submissions are done on a voluntary basis. Contributors receive full credit for their work under the title of the article, as well as direct social/website links any time a submission is featured online. We desire to cultivate cohesive articles that compliment one another, as our readers flip the pages, therefore we reserve the right to make final edits. Please send written submissions in Word format to