Yana Ivanitska, journalist, translator, playwright and writer, author of the new book ‘War through the Eyes of a Kyivan;
Iryna Hovorukha, writer, author of many books, including the Plakhta dilogy, dedicated to the topic of occupation and the personal dimension of war perception;
Olena Pavlova, artist, writer, journalist, curator of cultural projects, creator of the comic cat Figs and author of the book The Skin of Cities

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In this episode of Ukraine in Flames, we explore the impact of war on authors’ minds, highlighting their perspectives. Olena Pavlova reflects on the resilience found in libraries amidst invasion, while Iryna Hovorukha shares the abrupt collision of her love-themed book with the harsh realities of war. Yana Ivanitska emphasizes the need for diverse author voices to depict the multifaceted experiences of conflict, showcasing the intensity of suffering through individual narratives across varied regions and villages. Take a watch of UIF #553 to find out more

00:00 – Intro
01:29 – Pavlova on Libraries: Cultural Resilience Amidst Turmoil
04:26 – Hovorukha Dive into Human Suffering during war and writer’s block
12:50 – Ivanitska on Collective Narratives: Unveiling the Varied Realities of War
14:42 – Outro

Джерело: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zMZc7r4lThc