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Ostap Slyvynsky (m)
Writer in Residence

Herkunftsland: Ukraine
KKA-Residency: 2016
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Portrait Ostap Slyvynsky
Portrait Ostap Slyvynsky
©Olexandr Laskin
Lebenslauf:
Born in Lviv, Ukraine in 1978.
Education
2007 PhD in literary theory (“Phenomenon of Silence in Contemporary Bulgarian Fiction”)
1995–2000 National University of Lviv (Department of Slavic Philology, key subject: Bulgarian language and literature)

Professional career
2014–present, lecturer at Center for Literary Education (Ukraine)
2009–present, Co-editor of International Literary Magazine RADAR
2006–2007 Coordinator of International Literary Festival in Lviv
2004–present, teacher at the Department of Polish Philology, National University of Lviv
2003 guest lecturer at Sofia University (Bulgaria)

Publications
Poetry books in Ukrainian:
2012 Adam (Adam)
2008 Myach u pit’mi (Ball in the Darkness)
2004 Poludneva linija (Midday Line)
1998 Zhertvoprynoshenn’a velykoji ryby (Sacrifice of Big Fish)
Poetry books in translations:
2015 Piesok a víno (Sand and Wine, translated into Slovak by Valéria Juríčková)
2013 Beglyj ogon’ (Running Fire, translated into Russian by Dmitriy Kuzmin, Anastasiya Afanasyeva and others)
2009 Ruchomy ogień (Running Fire, translated into Polish by Bohdan Zadura)
Other:
2016 Awesome Lviv: A Guidebook (with Anna Protsuk)

Translated books (selection):
2016 Ignacy Karpowicz, Son’ka (Sońka, from Polish)
2015 Jacek Podsiadło, Wysoko, blyz’ko: vybrani virshi (Highly, Closely: Selected poems; from Polish)
2015 Marek Bieńczyk, Knyha oblych (Book of Faces; from Polish)
2013 Mikołaj Łoziński, Reisefieber (Reisefieber; from Polish)
2012 Jacek Hugo-Bader, Bila hariachka (White Fever; from Polish)
2012 Georgi Gospodinov, Pryrodnyj roman (Natural Novel; from Bulgarian)
2011 Olga Tokarczuk, Bihuny (Runners, from Polish)
2007 Andrzej Stasiuk, Dorohoyu na Babadag (Travelling to Babadag, from Polish)

Artistic projects (selection)
2015 “What does Lviv smell of”, with Søren Knudsen (live electronics), William Soovik (percussion), Andre Roligheten (sax), Bjørnar Habbestad (flute), Piotr Damasiewicz (sax)
2015 “Preparation”, with Bohdan Sehin (music), Olga Fraze-Frazenko (video)
2003 “Four Sides of Light”, with Bohdan Sehin (live electronics), Anastasiya Yaremchuk (flute), Yulia Yaremchuk (piano)

Awards and nominations
2015, 2013 shortlisted for Joseph Conrad Literary Prize
2013 Medal for Merit to Polish Culture
2013 Lesia and Petro Kovaliv Fund Prize
2011 Hubert Burda Prize for young poets from Central and Eastern Europe
2007 Prize of Polish Embassy in Ukraine for the best translation of the year
1997 B. I. Antonych Literary Prize

Scholarships and residencies
2011 Quartier21 Residency (Wien)
2009 Translators’ Collegium Residency (Cracow)
2008 Internationales Haus der Autorinnen und Autoren Graz Residency
2008 Homines Urbani Writer-in-Residence Program (Cracow)
2007 Literarische Colloquium Berlin Residency
2003 Gaude Polonia Scholarship (Warsaw)
2000–2001 scholarship of Ministry of Education of Bulgaria

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