Boris Dralyuk shares a bookshelf of Ukrainian literature
Boris Dralyuk is an award-winning translator from Russian and Editor-in-Chief of the Los Angeles Review of Books. He has taught Russian literature at UCLA and the University of St Andrew's, and is the co-editor (with Robert Chandler and Irina Mashinski) of the Penguin Book of Russian Poetry. He is the translator of Andrey Kurkov for MacLehose Press, and we've included his most recent translation, Grey Bees, in this selection.
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