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Manjula Martin is the editor of Scratch: Writers, Money, and the Art of Making a Living. Her writing has appeared in the Virginia Quarterly Review, Pacific Standard, Aeon Magazine, Hazlitt Magazine, Nieman Storyboard, The Awl, The Billfold, Modern Farmer, SF Weekly, and The Rumpus. She wrote “The Dough,” a column about creative work, for The Toast (R.I.P.).

Manjula is the managing editor of Zoetrope: All-Story. She has previously worked in different editorial and writing capacities with book and magazine publishers, nonprofit organizations, and arts organizations. Manjula was born in the Santa Cruz mountains and has lived in New York City, Portland, and Paris. She’s in San Francisco now.