Texas Heritage Magazine

HERITAGE magazine is one of the few publications in the state that focuses solely on the material culture and stories of our Texas past.

For the last 28 years, HERITAGE magazine has done an award-winning job of telling the stories of the men and women who came before us—and of those working today to save our buildings, culture, and traditions.

HERITAGE has received awards from business communications groups and historical organizations. It was the official commemorative publication for the opening of the Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum; joint issues have been produced with the Texas Map Society, the Texas Archeological Society, and the General Land Office, among others; and several special issues—such as those on historic maps, Texas currency, and the state’s flags—included images that had never before been seen publicly.

EVERY THF MEMBERSHIP COMES WITH A SUBSCRIPTION TO HERITAGE MAGAZINE.

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 Circulation and Readership

More than 1,200 readers turn to HERITAGE magazine every quarter to learn about topics relating to Texas history, preservation, archaeology, and architecture in the state of Texas. Readers include Texas history collectors, professional and avocational historians, preservationists, teachers, libraries, schools, and elected officials. THF members read and travel, and have above-average disposable income.

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FAQs

 Who reads HERITAGE magazine?

Our members include Texas history collectors, professional and avocational historians, preservationists, teachers, libraries, schools, and elected officials throughout the state and nation! THF members read and travel and have above-average disposable income.


Can I submit an article to HERITAGE?

The publishers do accept unsolicited manuscripts of less than 2,000 words for consideration. It is best to check with the publishers regarding the proposed editorial calendar before sending an unsolicited manuscript.


Does HERITAGE compensate authors and artists?

At this time, HERITAGE does not compensate contributors. We do offer a byline and complimentary copies of the magazine.


Can I order back copies of HERITAGE?

In many instances, back issues of the magazine are available. For availability and ordering information, contact THF. Back issues cost $4 each, plus $1.50 shipping and handling. Refer to the web site link on back issues to determine themes. Please have the volume and date of the issue available when ordering.


How can I obtain a subscription to HERITAGE?

Join the Texas Historical Foundation today! For as little as $35 a year, you can become a THF member and receive Heritage magazine four times a year.


Can articles in HERITAGE be reprinted?

Yes, the publishers usually allow articles to be reprinted, with the proper credit line. Please contact THF with requests.


Does HERITAGE magazine accept advertising?

Yes, the magazine does have advertising, ranging from classifieds to display insertions. For a media kit and rate information, please contact the foundation
at 512/453-2154 or admin@texashistoricalfoundation.org.


Does HERITAGE run book reviews?

Yes. Publishers may send review copies of books on Texas history, architecture, archaeology, biographies, politics, and heritage to the Foundation office at P.O.
Box 50314, Austin,TX 78763. Publishers will determine if the book is appropriate to the magazine’s audience.

For more information please contact the Texas Historical Foundation at admin@texashistoricalfoundation.org; P.O.Box 50314, Austin Texas 78763; call our office at (512) 453-2154 or send a fax to (512) 499-3944.