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Khashayar Mohammadi

Khashayar (Kramer) Mohammadi is an Iranian-born writer, editor, translator and photographer currently living in Toronto and working with the independent publisher Inspiritus Press. He is at work on a full-length poetry collection in collaboration with Toronto poet Terese Pierre.

Poetry (Chapbook)

Dear Kestrel

Toronto: Knife Fork Book, 2019.

Publisher’s Synopsis (From its website)



Me, You, Then Snow

Guelph: Gordon Hill Press, 2021.

Publisher’s Synopsis (From its website)

Me, You, Then Snow by Khashayar Mohammadi is a collection of poetry woven from dreams, memories and deep-seeded longing, a collection of poetry that ranges from ambiguously addressed love-letters, to ekphrastic poems for arthouse cinema, to pieces written near midnight when the day’s experiences rush back into view. Though working in diverse forms and styles, the poetry manifests as a profoundly unified desire to experience and communicate the world.

Poetry (Chapbook)

Moe’s Skin

Windsor: Zed Press, 2018.
Limited edition of 100 copies.

Publisher’s Synopsis (From its website)

Khashayar Mohammadi’s vivid and rhythmic poetry sequence paints a doomed affair between two young Iranian men through a haze of jazz, liquor, and an oncoming flood. Mohammadi weaves together images of self-discovery, immigration, and tradition to create an exploration of emotion which is cigarette scented and blue stained in its beauty. Teeming with life and motion, Mohammadi’s verse beats with the visceral pulse of having loved and the faith that you will love again.


Khashayar Mohammadi’s personal website

Publisher Gordon Hill Press

Publisher Knife Fork Book

Publisher Zed Press