Andriy Bondar

Andriy Bondar is a poet and translator. He was born in 1974 in Kamianets-Podilskyi, Ukraine. He studied history and literary theory at the National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy. In 1998 he published his first collection of poems, Vesinnia ieres (Spring Heresy), followed by Istyna i med (Truth and Honey, 2001), Prymityvni formy vlasnosti (Primitive Forms of Ownership, 2004), and Pisni Pisni (Lenten Songs, 2014) as well as collections of short stories Morkvianyi lid (Carrot Ice, 2012), I tym, shcho v hrobakh (And for Those in the Graves, 2016), Cerebro (2018) and Lasoschi dlia Medora (Delicacy for Maidour, 2021). He has also authored numerous stories, essays, and articles for various magazines. He is well-known in Ukraine as a translator from Polish and English into Ukrainian. He was an editor of the multilingual Facebook community Eurolution.Doc (Ukraine on Maidan) from January to April of 2014.