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June 06, 2011
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About the Author
Oksana Zabuzhko was born in 1960 in Ukraine. She made her poetry debut in 1972, but her parents' blacklisting during the Soviet purges prevented her first book from being published until the 1980s. She earned her PhD in philosophy from Kyiv Shevchenko University and has taught as a Fulbright Fellow and writer-in-residence at Penn State University, Harvard University, and the University of Pittsburgh. She is the author of seventeen books of poetry, fiction, and nonfiction, which have been translated into fifteen languages and have garnered numerous awards. Her novel Field Work in Ukrainian Sex was named "the most influential Ukrainian book for the fifteen years of independence." She lives today in Kyiv, where she works as a freelance writer.
Halyna Hryn is a literary scholar and translator, and the editor of Harvard Ukrainian Studies. Her translations include several novels by Oksana Zabuzhko and Volodymyr Dibrova.