Bohdan Boychuk (1927–2017) published ten books of poetry in Ukrainian, not including his 2007, two-volume Collected Poems. He was also the author of nine novels; at least eight plays, several of which were gathered in a selected edition in 2013, and many translations from English, Polish, Spanish and Russian. He edited the literary magazines Suchasnist (Modernity; 1961–1973) and Svito-vyd (Worldview; 1990–1999) and co-edited, with Bohdan Rubchak, the major anthology of modern Ukrainian poetry Coordinates. Mark Rudman and David Ignatow translated Memories of Love: The Selected Poems of Bohdan Boychuk, published by Sheep Meadow Press in 1989. In the last decades of his life, Boychuk divided his time between Kiev and Glen Spey, New York.
AGNI has published the following work by Bohdan Boychuk:
|•from Prayers (1) (translated from the Ukrainian by the author and Askold Melnychuk)|
|•from Prayers (1, 9, 13, 24) (translated from the Ukrainian by the author and Askold Melnychuk)|
AGNI has published the following translations by Bohdan Boychuk:
|•. . . A mouth contorted in pain by Moisei Fishbein (translated with J. Kates)|
|•I was killed in nineteen hundred sixteen by Moisei Fishbein (translated with J. Kates)|
|•In Memory of Paul Celan by Moisei Fishbein (translated with J. Kates)|