Manya Joshi is a Marathi poet based in Mumbai. He also translates from and into Marathi, English, and Hindi and writes literary criticism. He has published two collections of poems, Jyam Maja and Bhagwan Trip. He is closely associated with the little magazine movement of the nineties, especially with the periodical Abhidhanantar.
Manya has a Master’s in Marathi Literature and Aesthetics from Mumbai University and a Master’s in Library and Information Studies and Knowledge Management from the University of Oklahoma, USA. He works in eLearning and Content Development at a multinational company in Mumbai.
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