Author Archives: Suparna Ghosh


After the persona of Suparna Ghosh by Ruth Colombo, poet; and John Robert Colombo, anthologist, writer, Order of Canada She is the Hope Diamond and the hopeless human condition. She is the lady dressed in black with the greatly rimmed … Continue reading

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Past Months In My Blind Spot

The past year still lurks in my blind spot, but here are some creative images in the periphery.   On the occasion of UNESCO World Poetry Day, March 21, 2022, Print Publications, India, published an anthology, Poems for Leisure, Pleasure … Continue reading

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Out of the Zoom Room

A brief interlude released us from virtual life and our paintings came alive on walls of the Great Hall at the Arts & Letters Club. Here are small paintings (<12”x12”) from my window:  

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2021 My Year in the Zoom Room

The rear view mirror is covered in winter fog. Through the mist, my blinking eyes and enervated mind has seen some treads left behind last year – Poetry at Union on February 14, 2021, Valentine’s day, a League of Canadian … Continue reading

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My Mother Revisited on December 27, 2021

On her birthday, looking through the mountains of neatly organized papers my mother, Sudha Ghosh, left in my charge, I found a cluster of poems. She wrote: These poems were written for my pleasure in the summers of 1959 to … Continue reading

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If Only in Spirit by Shayona Panth       Nurturing the Next Gen by Suparna Ghosh Some events give that extra pleasure which make them memorable. For my work to be selected in the very first iteration of NEXT, an Ontario wide … Continue reading

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Whispers of Ancient Sounds

I disagree with T.S. Eliot – this year, April was not the cruelest month after all. The floods receded from my walls, the days grew longer and their grey edge faded. My lost thoughts in bits of paper were found. … Continue reading

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Poetry in Union: Railway Lines and Valentines

I was one of seven writer-poets to participate in “Poetry in Union: Railway Lines and Valentines” between 12.00 pm and 6.00 pm on February 13th, 2019 in the West Wing of Union Station. This event is a partnership between the … Continue reading

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Another Chapter

A vibrant space has shut its doors. Gallery Hittite was a welcoming place for artists and art lovers, warm, inviting, inclusive, without the arrogance and stuffiness of most galleries. The highlight for me and my daughter Shayona was that both … Continue reading

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Ghazal:Visual and Musical

You may have already seen a two-minute snippet of a video based on my album, Occasional Ghazal. For a fuller visual and musical experience, do watch (and share) the three short videos I just-published, totaling seven minutes. My affair with … Continue reading

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