Bodhi Hive Quarterly: Seasonal Meditations on Subversive Politics will accept submissions in the following categories. 

(1) Poetry & Essay: Up to 3 poems must be coupled with an essay  that connects the poem(s) to current socio-economic realities and /or contemporary life and politics.

(2) Response Essays:  that reflect on canon works or other established or emerging creative works (any genre) and interpret and/or respond to them with connections to current socio-economic realities and /or contemporary life and politics.

(3) Topical Flash Fiction: Short short stories that address current socio-economic realities and /or contemporary life and politics.

(4) Visual Art & Essay: Up to 3 startling pictures and/or art coupled with an essay that connects the art work to current socio-economic realities and /or contemporary life and politics.

Please submit unpublished materials and do not include any identifying names in your submissions.


Ends on January 31, 2019

Up to 3 poems limited to 50 lines each coupled with an essay limited to 1500 words that connects the poem(s) to current socio-economic realities and /or contemporary life and politics. Please submit unpublished materials and do not include any identifying names in your submissions. 

Ends on January 31, 2019

Limited to 1500 words that reflect on canon works or other established or emerging creative works (any genre) and interpret and/or respond to them with connections to current socio-economic realities and /or contemporary life and politics. We accept essays that tackle pop culture as well as long as it's work specific (not only about trends in pop culture) and brings in the stated themes in the response. Please submit  unpublished materials and do not include any identifying names in your submissions. 

Topical Flash Fiction: Short stories limited to 1500 words that address current socio-economic realities and /or contemporary life and politics. Tell us an engaging storyt that feels resolved in some way and also connects to stated themes. Please submit unpublished materials and do not include any identifying names in your submissions. 

Up to 3 startling pictures and/or art coupled with a process paper limited to 1500 words that connects the poem(s) to current socio-economic realities and /or contemporary life and politics. Please submit unpublished materials and do not include any identifying names in your submissions.