ZION'S IMAGES, NEWS, & EVANGELISM
HIVE ZINE is a DIY collaborative zine, created by members of the ARCH-HIVE network and released several times a year.
Our next issue will be released JUNE 2022. Sign up with the form in the footer to be notified when our next zine comes out.
2019 Winner of Special Award in Literature and Art from the Association for Mormon Letters
"The HIVE ZINE is one more confident utterance of self-acceptance and determination in a larger revival of Mormon arts and letters."
"a book i wrote about god and the time i yelled at him to please go talk to my boyfriend" by Julia Stark.
A zine about love, a mixed-faith relationship, and the Divine. 12 black & white pages of words & photography.
"Lake Words" by Tod Robbins
a collection of moody & evocative poetry, inspired in part by living on the shores of Utah Lake.
11 black & white pages.
"If You Could Hie to Kolob" by Michael J. Sorensen
Iconic Mormon temples reimagined as spaceships, paired with lyrics from If You Could Hie to Kolob. 12 pages, black & white.
"Apocrypha" by The Desert Prophet.
12 pages of verse & prose in English and the Deseret alphabet, accompanied by digital illustrations. Black & white.
"First Visions" by members of the ARCH-HIVE.
Eight depictions of the untrained prophet's vision by members of the ARCH-HIVE who have no formal training in visual arts. 12 pages, black & white and color.
"Seasons of Eve" by Amber Lee
A collection of collages & poetry about Eve and the author's evolving relationship to her own feminine spirituality.
18 pages, full-color.