Steve Komarnyckyj

Steve Komarnyckyj

Poet, Translator

Steve Komarnyckyj is a British Ukrainian writer and linguist who combines a career working in the NHS with his literary and translation work. He was born in 1963 and has lived and worked for most of his life in his native Yorkshire while maintaining strong links with Ukraine. His literary translations and poems have appeared in Poetry Salzburg Review, Vsesvit magazine (Ukraine's most influential literary journal), The North, the Echo Room and Modern Poetry in Translation. He has been interviewed on the subject of Britain's view of Ukaine by the Den (Day) Newspaper one of Ukraine's most important daily papers based in the capital, Kyiv, and is currently working on a number of literary projects including a novel set in Ukraine in addition to editting a website dedicated to campaigning for recognition of the famine - genocide (ukrainian- Holodomor) of 1932-33 in Ukraine - see www.holodomor.org.uk .

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