Dr. Kiriti Sengupta is a professionally qualified Dental Surgeon from Calcutta, a bilingual poet and translator both in Bengali and English. He has six books to his credit until now: My Glass of Wine (a novelette based on autobiographic poetry), My Dazzling Bards (literary critiquing), The Reciting Pens (his interviews of three published Bengali poets along with his translations of a few of their poems), The Unheard I (literary nonfiction), Byakul Shabdo Kichu (Bengali poetry), and Aay Na (Bengali nonfiction based on free verses). His poetry has appeared in several e-zines, Tajmahal Review, The Hans India, Kritya, and in international anthologies – Heavens Above: Poetry Below (Canada), and Twist of Fate (U.S.A.). Details of his account can be accessed at www.kiritisengupta.com
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The Unheard I
by Kiriti Sengupta
Kiriti Sengupta is an Indian poet and author of some renown. 'The Unheard I' has some insights into working collectively on an anthology (the author was involved with 'Twist of Fate,' an international charitable anthology, published by Stephen L Wilson, U.S.A.), some thoughts on Yogic (spiritual) poetry, and a description of some things related to translations (the author
is also a translator).
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