УВАГА! ЗАХІД ПЕРЕНЕСЕНО!!! Презентація книг Галини Пагутяк «Кожен день інший» та «Записки Білого Пташка»
Date: 23 Jan. 2014YE Bookstore and the Literary Agency Piramida are pleased to invite you to the presentation of Halyna Pahutiak’s books Kozhen den inshy (“Every Day Is Different”) and Zapysky Biloho Ptashka (“White Bird’s Notes”) on 23 January. Beginning at 15:00. The Shevchenko Prize laureate, author Halyna Pahutiak presents to the Ivano-Frankivsk readers her two new books: the diary Every Day Is Different and a book of selected works White Bird’s Notes, published in the series Private Collection. About the book Every Day Is Different: Sometimes it seems to us that days are all alike, grey and boring. But this simply cannot be the case, because every new idea changes the world. You must only single it out and give it its due. What else, if not our thoughts, makes us unique? Halyna Pahutiak’s new book Every Day Is Different contains the author’s diary entries from 2011 to 2012, which reflect her spiritual perception of the world and her shrewd, inspired observations during trips from Urozh and Lviv to Jerusalem. About the book White Bird’s Notes. The book of selected works contains Halyna Pahutiak’s landmark short stories and novels, in particular, Zakhid sontsia v Urozhi (“Sunset in Urozh”), Kit z potonuloho budynku (“The Cat from the Sunken House”), Zapysky Biloho Ptashka (“White Bird’s Notes”), Knyha sniv i probudzhen (“The Book of Dreams and Awakenings”) and others. They make up part of the heritage of Ukrainian prose by the authors of the 1980s. The tome opens with Halyna’s well-known expanded Avtobiohrafia bez dat i maizhe bez faktiv (“Autobiography without Dates and Almost without Facts”). About the author: Halyna Pahutiak graduated from Ukrainian Philology at the Taras Shevchenko Kyiv State University in Kyiv. Her career took her from a secondary school to the Drohobych Local History Museum to a private school to the Lviv Picture Gallery. Now she is a member of the National Writers’ Union of Ukraine and laureate of the Taras Shevchenko Prize 2010 for her prose book Sluha z Dobromylia (“A Servant from Dobromyl”). She has twice become winner of the Portal literary award for her books Knyhonoshi z Korolivstva (“The Book-Carriers from the Kingdom”) and Zacharovani muzykanty (“The Enchanted Musicians”).
***Address: YE Culture and Arts Centre, 3rd floor, 31 Nezalezhnosti Street. Free admission. Media partner: The Ukrainian Week