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Yuliya Charnyshova

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Yuliya Charnyshova

Yuliya Charnyshova is a poet who is also engaged in literary projects as a translator and an editor. She was born and raised in Minsk, Belarus, and now is based in Lviv, Ukraine. At the moment, she is a (remote) graduate student in the Russian Literature in Cross-Cultural Perspective program at the HSE University in St. Petersburg, where she’s researching twentieth- and twenty-first-century Slavonic and Anglophone poetry.

Articles by Yuliya Charnyshova

The Lights of the Donbas
By Danyil Zadorozhnyi
then there’s the war / that flabby, shriveled, animal word “war”
Translated from Russian by Yuliya Charnyshova & Isaac Stackhouse Wheeler
February 23, 2022
By Danyil Zadorozhnyi
“second time I’ve lost my home,” she utters with hatred / “officially, this time”
Translated from Ukrainian by Isaac Stackhouse Wheeler & Yuliya Charnyshova
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