Near the Black Sea, Odesa, Ukraine. (Sasha Matveeva/Unsplash)

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Four writers report from the ground in Odesa

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Ilya Kaminsky is the author of Deaf Republic and Dancing in Odesa. His poems have been translated into more than twenty languages. He holds the Bourne Chair in Poetry at Georgia Institute of Technology.

Ludmila Khersonsky is a Ukrainian poet and translator. Her collection The Country Where Everyone’s Name Is Fear, which she coauthored with Boris Khersonsky, was recently published in English.

Zarina Zabrisky is an American writer and a war journalist currently reporting from Ukraine. She is the author of the short story collections Iron, A Cute Tombstone, and Explosion, the novel We, Monsters, and the collaborative poetry collection Green Lions, coauthored with Simon Rogghe.

Elena Andreychykova is a Ukrainian writer, translator, and playwright. She is the founder of the Odesa Bookworms Club.

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