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Special sale to benefit Ukraine:

The library hardcover edition of this groundbreaking anthology is on sale for $10. All proceeds will be donated to Ukrainian relief funds.


After this long-suppressed culture won independence in 1991, Ukrainian literature shed its underground existence. Published in 1996, From Three Worlds is witness to this Ukrainian literary renaissance as the first major publication of Ukrainian literature in English translation. The anthology includes fiction, non-fiction, photographs, art, and poetry (presented bilingually on facing pages).


Works by:

Solomea Pavlychko

Volodymyr Dibrova

Mykola Kumanovsky

Kostiantyn Moskalets

Evhenia Kononenko

Tania D'Avignon

Yevhen Pashkovsky

Valery Shevchuk

Vasyl Holoborodko

Natalka Bilotserkivets

Oksana Zabuzhko

Viktor Neborak

Oleh Lysheha

Yuri Andrukhovych

Bohdan Zholdak

Yuri Vynnychuk

Oleksandr Irvanets

Halyna Pahutiak


Edited by Ed Hogan, with Guest Editors Askold Melnyczuk, Michael Naydan, Mykola Riabchuk, and Oksana Zabuzhko.

From Three Worlds: New Writing from Ukraine

  • From Three Worlds: New Writing from Ukraine 
    Edited by Ed Hogan, Askold Melnyczuk, and Michael Naydan
    ISBN 0-939010-52-6 (paper)
    5½ x 8
    282 pages

  • A vigorous collection of prose and poetry showcasing the work of fifteen of the former Soviet republic's best contemporary writers.

    —Kirkus Reviews

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