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“Dream Bridge” by Oleh Lysheha. Translated from the Ukrainian by Virlana Tkacz and Wanda Phipps. Sandpoint, Idaho: Lost Horse Press,…...

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NEW YORK – The first New York screening of the Ukrainian fantasy-historical film “The Amulet of the Kingdom” (Oberih Natsiyi)…...

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“Cyborg” by Wolodymyr Mohuchy, Xlibris Publishing, 2021. ISBN: 9781664191631 (softcover), $17.99, and ISBN: 9781664191648 (hardcover), $31.99, 240 pp; ISBN: 9787664191624…...

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“A Russian in Berlin,” by Alexander J. Motyl, Quamquam Quidquid Press, 2021. ISBN: 9798766292579 (softcover), $10, 166 pp, and ISBN:…...

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CHICAGO – Can a Russian-speaking, Soviet-raised, Kharkiv-born woman, who spent her childhood summers in Russia singing Russian folk songs with her Russian grandmother, be Ukrainian? For Forbes journalist and editorial director Katya Soldak, it took a decade of soul-searching travel between Brooklyn and Kharkiv to answer that question.

This past summer, the Ukrainian National Museum hosted its first live event in over a year, during which Ms. Soldak shared her intimate journey in her feature-length documentary “The Long Breakup” with 50 viewers.

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This attractive and colorful publication is the ninth annual booklet in a series (2011-2020) devoted to the archaeological and historical research of Baturyn, Chernihiv Oblast, Ukraine.

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NEW YORK – Rutgers University professor Alexander Motyl has published his latest novel, Pitun’s Last Stand, a Graham-Greenesque “entertainment” about serious events in Russia.

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