Tag: The war is closer than you think

Front? Are you sure?

Front? Are you sure?

The word “front” in the dictionary of the Ukrainian language has got nine meanings. That is incredibly a lot, since when I normally work with texts and check specific words, they have several lexical meanings.

It is impossible to say “Goodbye!”

It is impossible to say “Goodbye!”

Having a separate place at a Ukrainian cemetery is considered to be a luxury today. To bury a person following the rites we had before the outbreak of the great war is mere luck.

My Uzbek Uber Driver

My Uzbek Uber Driver

I recently visited Krakow in Poland for a couple of days and had an interesting encounter with one of the Uber drivers. In Krakow, just like in other Polish cities, your driver would most probably be a Ukrainian.

Nuclear Anxiety in a Poem

Nuclear Anxiety in a Poem

Ukraine is a multicultural nation. In this sense, it has never been a monolithic one, and any attempts to accuse it of being nationalistic just make no sense.

A library in a suitcase

Meanwhile, reports are coming from Ukraine: 101 libraries have lost part of their collections; 21 libraries lost their entire collections.