Who was Tusi Hayeri Mazandarani?

In 1337, Tusi published Ashna magazine at his own expense and under the editorship of Ahmed Shamlou, which was stopped after 17 issues. Ashna is Shamloo’s first independent press activity. In 1338, they published the book “Fable of Seventy-two Nations,” written by Hanri Poura, and a year later, Tusi helped Shamlou translate Barefoot by Zaharia Stanko. This book was reprinted in 1388 by the third publication. In 1341, Tusi Haeri acted in the short film Chasvetgari, directed by Ebrahim Golestan, along with Forough Farrokhzad and Parviz Dariush.