A room of his own- ‘Creating, Curating, Connecting’

In conversation with Goa-based poet Manohar Shetty
His metaphor is always fresh and unexpected, and his prickly irony and satire unapologetic, neatly fitted into verse held together by the innate rhythm and premeditated structure of working in miniature. Whether he is directing this irony and satire at himself or the brave new world, as he sees the high-tech generation – the “new chic” or “new inheritors” with their “razor-thin laptops” and yawning “ribboned poodles,” the worshippers of exotica and sterility – his poignant remarks retain the same edge.



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