Harry Gustafsson
Finnish North American Literature Association
Biographical Information

Harry Gustafsson is a poet. He was born in Ekenäs, near Tammisaari, Finland, a
primarily Swedish-speaking area. In 1952, he immigrated to Toronto, but
maintained strong emotional and cultural ties with Finland, his mother country.
Before his death in 2004, he lived in Brampton, Ontario.



Publications

The Hanging Tree. Beaverton, Ontario, Canada: Aspasia Books, 2003
Editor. Every Heart Has Feeling. Beaverton, Ontario, Canada: Aspasia Books,
2002.

All Hearts Have Feelings, Harry Gustafsson.  Beaverton, Ontario, Canada: Aspasia
Books, 2002.

“Kullervo,” “Childhood Memories,” “As We Dwell,” “In Life,” “Ilmatar,” “I Laid My
Head,” “Through the Clouds,” “In My Mind,” and “When My Sister Died.”
Connecting Souls: Finnish Voices in North America. Varpu Lindström & Börje
Vähämäki, editors. Beaverton, Ontario, Canada: Aspasia Books, 2000.