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02/28/2017 - 11:09
Polish Sejm member Malgorzata Maria Gosiewska recently visited the ATO frontline town of Avdiivka, one of Russia-backed terrorists’ targets constantly under artillery, mortar and small arms fire. She is the author of a report on Russia’s war crimes in the occupied Donbas in 2014. In...
04/19/2016 - 12:08
In recent years, Jutta Sommerbauer has been actively covering events in Ukraine for Die Presse, one of the most influential Austrian publications. Her book Ukraine at War (Die Ukraine im Krieg) was published there recently, covering life in the occupied territories, refugees, soldiers’...
04/13/2016 - 17:58
Marjana Gaponenko’s name is unfamiliar to most of Ukrainians. The German-speaking author of Ukrainian origin has had her books translated into English, French, Italian, Thai even – but not Ukrainian. But that’s not for long. The publisher “Books XXI” intends to print...
03/30/2016 - 18:29
Oleksandr Shcherba, Ukrainian Ambassador to Austria, is quite active on his Facebook. He never hesitates to take part in a debate or discussion. He immediately responded on the pages of the leading Austrian periodical, Die Presse, to presidential candidate Norbert Hoffer’s statements about...
10/29/2015 - 10:09
The name of Katja Petrowskaja rang loudly in Europe in 2013. The author first won the prestigious Ingeborg Bachmann Prize and then she was awarded the Italian Strega Prize for her literary debut – the novel Vielleicht Esther (Perhaps Esther) which tells the story of her family and also deals...
10/21/2015 - 17:48
The city of Wroclaw, Poland, became a literary hub again. Refined public gathered at Kapitol theater: writers, poets, publishers, translators, literary critics, and journalists. Tension is in the air: in just a few minutes the laureate of the Central European literary prize, Angelus, will be...
08/12/2015 - 17:24
Pavol Rankov is a writer, essayist, winner of many prizes, including the European Literary Prize and Angelus, and a teacher at Comenius University in Bratislava. He debuted in literature in 1995 with a collection of short stories, Over the Distance of Time. Then We and They/They and We and Close Up...
05/26/2015 - 11:28
The Belarusian author Svetlana Alexievich, a winner of many international awards, who was nominated for the Nobel Prize past year and for the Ryszard Kapuscinski Prize this year, has been writing “Red Man: Voices from Big Uto­pia,” a cycle of books on homo sovieticus, for 35 years....
03/23/2015 - 18:25
A joint initiative for the update of    city libraries has been established by Urban Ideas organization, which handles the public space renovation, in a joint effort with the Culture department of Lviv City Council and the Institute of Culture. Back in October Lesia Ukrainka...
02/11/2015 - 18:03
Few in Ukraine know about Marion von Donhoff, although she made headlines in the world media after WWII. Born to an aristocratic family in Eastern Prussia, she was destined to embrace an entire century. As a child, she saw William II of Germany and died after stepping into the second millennium,...

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