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Oksana Zabuzhko

Oksana Zabuzhko, a contributing editor of AGNI, is Ukraine’s major writer and intellectual. She is the author of more than twenty books of poetry, fiction, essays, and criticism, and is known internationally for her novels Field Work in Ukrainian Sex (1996), a portion of which first appeared in English in our pages, and The Museum of Abandoned Secrets (2009). Her books have been translated into some twenty languages and won many awards, including the Angelus Central European Literary Prize (Poland, 2013). She lives in Kyiv. (updated 6/2016)

A Conversation with Oksana Zabuzhko” by Halyna Hryn appeared in AGNI 53.

AGNI has published the following work by Oksana Zabuzhko:

Clytemnestra (translated from the Ukrainian by Lisa Sapinkopf)
A Definition of Poetry (translated from the Ukrainian by Michael M. Naydan)
A Definition of Poetry (translated from the Ukrainian by Michael M. Naydan)
Field Work in Ukrainian Sex* (translated from the Ukrainian by Halyna Hryn)
Hitchhiking: A Prayer for the End of Time (translated from the Ukrainian by Anderson Wing)
An Ironic Nocturne (translated from the Ukrainian by Michael M. Naydan)
Letter from a Summer Home (translated from the Ukrainian by Michael M. Naydan)
One Hundred Years of Solitude, or The Importance of a Story


and read more

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