by Peter Fedynsky
Larysa Denysenko, The Sarabande of Sara's Band
by Michael M.Naydan and Svitlana Bednazh
The volume will include 19 contemporary writers: three from the pre-World War II generation (Lina Kostenko, Emma Andijewska and Nina Bichuya), eight from the post-War and middle generation that transitioned from Soviet rule through Ukrainian independence in 1991 (Sofia Maidanska, Ludmyla Taran, Liuko Dashvar, Halyna Pahutiak, Maria Matios, Evhenia Kononenko, Oksana Zabuzhko, and Iren Rozdobudko), and eight from an extremely talented number of younger women prose writers (Natalka Sniadanko, Larysa Denysenko, Svitlana Povaljajeva, Svitlana Pyrkalo, Dzvinka Matiash, Irena Karpa, Tanya Malyarchuk, and Sofia Andrukhovych).
The volume is compiled, edited and accompanied with a critical introduction by Michael M. Naydan, Woskob Family Professor of Ukrainian Studies at The Pennsylvania State University. Fifteen different translators from around the world have contributed translations to the volume.http://www.glagoslav.com/en/Book/46/38/Herstories:-An-Anthology-Of-New-Ukrainian-Women-Prose-Writers.html
Eugenia Kononenko, A Russian Story
Translated by Patrick John Corness.
Serhiy Jadan, Depeche Mode
Translated by Miroslav Shkandrij.