Submit Your Work to Written in Light: A Destiny Fanzine

As Destiny comes to a close and the release of Destiny 2 grows ever-nearer, this seems the perfect opportunity to celebrate the artists, writers, and creators that make the Destiny community so vibrant and so diverse.

Therefore, we’re pleased to announce a project that will do just that: Written in Light, a Destiny fanzine that will showcase the work of the people who make Destiny beautiful.

Not only does the Destiny community craft individual stories, comics, pieces of art, and other works that move and inspire us, but all of you have helped to expand the grand and terrible universe of Destiny well beyond the confines of its original release, and have transformed it into something greater than a video game. Now, we’re looking for works that express the wonders of the game, and demonstrate the overwhelming talent and creativity of those that love it.

The time has come to open up submissions to you, the community. If you’re an artist, a writer, an illustrator, a 3D modeler, or even a cosplayer, we want you to submit your work to Written in Light.

For the first issue, we’re asking you to tell us – however you choose – about the moments that made your experience with Destiny great; the moments that have defined your experience of our shared world, that have inspired you or resonated with you, that have stayed and will stay with you for years to come. What are your Memories of Destiny 1?

The group behind the creation of Written in Light is made up of professional and experienced editors, artists, and designers. We share the same goal of making the end product as beautiful as the works it contains.

For more information, including submission guidelines, FAQs, and deadlines, please visit writteninlight.org

Please send all submissions to [email protected]. Be sure to include the title of your piece, the name you want on your byline, and – optionally – a link to your website or portfolio.

Jasper L
Jasper is obsessed with three things: throwing knives, flavor text, and the Ahamkara. Although game lore is his true love, he now spends most his time dying in the Crucible. Despite repeated attempts, he has not yet managed to git gud, and he will never forgive Bungie for nerfing tripmines. You can find all of his Destiny writing @ themothyards.tumblr.com

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