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Andrusyak Ivan

Andrusyak Ivan

Ivan Andrusyak was born on December 28, 1968 in the village of Verbovets (Kosovo district Ivano-Frankovsk region). He received higher philological education in Ivano-Frankovsk State Pedagogical Institute named after V. S. Stefanik, and management - in the Ukrainian Academy of Public Administration of Ukraine and The University of North London. He lives in Kiev and works as an editor and a journalist. He is the winner of the publishing literary contest "Smoloskyp" and the award "Blagovist". He is also a participant of numerous anthologies and poetry festivals. His lyrics are translated into English, German, Polish and Armenian languages.


Poetry collection

• "The depressive syndrome" (1992)
• "Poisoning by voice" (1996)
• "Sharha" (1999)
• "The return to Galapagos" (2001)
• "The transitory garden" (2001, episode "The Ark")
• "Trees and Water" (episode «Ars poetica»)
• “Garlic Juice” (episode "Ovid zone”)
• "Hrabust" (2006)
• "Vurgun" (2005, the book includes a story-metaphor "Restoration of snow," novel "Sharha”, romance-novel “Vurgun”)

Selected translations

• Anzhej Bursa. Smile throat: Selected Poems (1999)
• Edward Estlin Cummings. Tulips and chimneys (2004)
• Anna Politkovskaya. Second Chechen (2004)
• Marina and Sergey Dyachenko. Wild Energy: novel (2006)
• Marina and Sergey Dyachenko. Elena and aspirin: novel (2006)
• Charles Dickens. A Christmas Carol (2006)

Heard from the author:

"Literature – is ... Since I can remember, I dreamed about becoming a writer, because I had created my first poems when I wasn’t yet able to write. So it may sound trite, but literature is my life. Thanks to literature I failed to become:
a) a Verbovets Sesh (despite the persistent desire of my parents);
b) a school teacher (despite my teaching education);
c) a state official (despite the second five-year education and experience of civil servants);
d) a journalist (because you have to write primarily about politics, but I wanted to write about literature);

also I failed to become a drinker (which certainly “a” contributed to), a hysteric (item "b"), narrow-minded bureaucrat with glass eyes (point "c") or a cynic (paragraph "d").
As for children's literature, everything is much simpler and harder at the same time. In the context of "adult" writing I have never cared for the reader - I did everything I wanted and what I liked. But sooner or later this temptation had to appear - to try at least work for the reader. Moreover, when these same three readers ... well then you realize that the main principle of children's author is the same as of a doctor - do no harm! In general children's literature in my understanding is "aerobatics" for the writer. If you can do it in children’s literature – you can in any other genres, forms or types. And who doesn’t want to try out the ability or inability to "aerobatics"..."

Books of «Grani-T» publishing house:

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  • Ivan Andrusyak "Stefa and her Chakalka"
  • Andrusyak Ivan about Dmytro Tuptala (saint Dimitriy Rostovskyi), Grygoriy Kvitka-Osnovyianenko, Taras Shevchenko, Nil Hasevych, Oleksa Dovbush
  • Mikhail Yasnov The Disobedient grandpa
  • Ivan Andrusyak, Valentina Zaporozhec, Mykola Grycenko "Three days of fairy-tales"
  • Ivan Andrusyak Animal alphabet
  • ...
  • Thomas Sterns Elliot Cat-knowledge by an old Possum
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  • Ivan Andrusyak Rabbits book



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