Volodymyr Rafeyenko

Volodymyr Rafeyenko is an award-winning Ukrainian writer, poet, translator, and literary and film critic. Although he initially wrote and published in Russian, his novel Mondegreen: Songs about Death and Love was his first written in Ukrainian. It was nominated for the Taras Shevchenko National Prize, Ukraine’s highest award in arts and culture. Among other recognitions, he is the winner of the Volodymyr Korolenko Prize for the novel Brief Farewell Book and the Visegrad Eastern Partnership Literary Award for the novel The Length of Days.

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TitleAuthorFormatPublication DatePrice
Cover: The Length of Days: An Urban BalladThe Length of Days: An Urban BalladRafeyenko, Volodymyr
Forrester, Sibelan
HARDCOVER01/03/2023$39.95
Cover: The Length of Days: An Urban BalladThe Length of Days: An Urban BalladRafeyenko, Volodymyr
Forrester, Sibelan
PAPERBACK01/03/2023$19.95
Cover: Mondegreen: Songs about Death and LoveMondegreen: Songs about Death and LoveRafeyenko, Volodymyr
Andryczyk, Mark
HARDCOVER05/17/2022$39.95
Cover: Mondegreen: Songs about Death and LoveMondegreen: Songs about Death and LoveRafeyenko, Volodymyr
Andryczyk, Mark
PAPERBACK04/19/2022$19.95
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