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Iryna Shuvalova

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Iryna Shuvalova

Iryna Shuvalova is a prize-winning poet and translator from Ukraine. She is a Fulbright scholar and a holder of an MA degree in Comparative Literature from Dartmouth College. Her first book of poems Ran, published in 2011, has won numerous national awards. At the moment, she has two new poetry collections in print. Her poems have been translated into eight languages. In 2011 Iryna became the recipient of the Joseph Brodsky / Stephen Spender Prize for her translation of Sergei Chegra’s poem The Prayer of the Touch.

Articles by Iryna Shuvalova

Panda
By Sashko Ushkalov
“Oh well,” I said, “Then it’s probably gonna be a panda.”“We can’t really settle on ‘probably,’” said the guy. “We need a firm commitment.”“A…
Translated from Ukrainian by Iryna Shuvalova
Metamorphoses of Reality: An Introduction to New Ukrainian Writing
By Oleksandr Mykhed
Whenever I get into a conversation regarding Ukraine’s place on the global map, I am always reminded of a cartoon I once saw in an American history textbook. In it, a confused-looking student is…
Translated from Ukrainian by Iryna Shuvalova
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