Rajiv Mohabir

Rajiv Mohabir is the author of three poetry collections, most recently Cutlish (Four Way Books, 2021) and the memoir Antiman (Restless Books, 2021). He lives outside Boston and teaches in the MFA program at Emerson College.

Sept/Oct 2021

Pointer Broom

By Rajiv Mohabir

One by one she stripped vein from coconut palm frond and finger. Thumb and knife. Tip in slit slid down the length of green. Hindi bol sake hai? She smiled, […]

Jan/Feb 2019

Vestigial Bones

By Rajiv Mohabir

jaunse tu bhagela ii toke nighalayihe je andar rahe tohar jahaaj ke nast karihe The remnant of hind limbs puppets an origin play that strings baleen to terrestrial ancestors. Occasionally […]

Jan/Feb 2019

Kabira

By Rajiv Mohabir

hathailiyan ke mehndi halki hoike gayaab ii sarirwa mein bhala kaa tikaav You will your house of clay and breath a fortress. One day, ash and smoke will play fire […]