Tag Archives: The Taxidermist’s Cut

Rajiv Mohabir has been Micro-Reviewed

By now, you’ve probably heard about our alum Rajiv Mohabir‘s, success in the publishing of his first collection of poetry, The Taxidermist’s Cut with Four Way Books.  Now you can read about in in micro form–care of Kenyon Review’s micro reviews: http://www.kenyonreview.org/kr-online-issue/2016-spring/selections/may-micro-reviews/ Fantastic!

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The Rajiv Mohabir Taxidermy Tour!

Miss Rajiv?  Or, maybe you don’t know him but want to hear some work from an incredible emerging poet?  Well, you should hop on the New York City leg of Rajiv’s Taxidermy Tour!  (*Price of birds and twine not included.)  He’ll be in the city from March 15th to March 21st to promote his prize […]

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An Interview With Rajiv Mohabir

On the occasion of his receiving not one, but two major poetry book prizes, as well as a PEN/Heim Translation Grant, our winning alum, Rajiv Mohabir, was interviewed by our Program Assistant, John Rice. What follows is a conversation about perseverance, learning, and the craft of writing.  (Also there are gifs.) Note: Rather than repeating […]

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Rajiv Mohabir Wins The Four Way Books Intro Prize in Poetry

This just in: Brenda Shaughnessy selected QC alum Rajiv Mohabir’s manuscript The Taxidermist’s Cut, as the winner of the 2014 Four Way Books Intro Prize. The book will be published by the press in 2016. We’re all incredibly excited for Rajiv. It couldn’t have happened to a nicer person. Congratulations!

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