Oksana Maksymchuk is the author of two award-winning books of poetry in the Ukrainian language, Xenia (2005) and Catch (2009). Her translations from Ukrainian and Russian have appeared in the Best European Fiction series (Dalkey Archive Press), London Magazine, Words Without Borders, Poetry International, and others. Maksymchuk won first place in the 2004 Richmond Lattimore and in 2014 Joseph Brodsky-Stephen Spender translation competitions. She is a co-editor of Words for War: New Poems from Ukraine, a NEH-funded anthology of poetry (forthcoming). Maksymchuk teaches philosophy at the University of Arkansas.
Girls and Men: On Svetlana Alexievich’s “The Unwomanly Face of War”
Oksana Maksymchuk and Max Rosochinsky consider “The Unwomanly Face of War” by Svetlana Alexievich....
Lovers and Children: On Marina Tsvetaeva’s “Letter to the Amazon”
Oksana Maksymchuk and Max Rosochinsky consider “Letter to the Amazon” by Marina Tsvetaeva....
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