The Ottendorfer Branch of the New York Public Library in East Village has received a collection of seventy five titles from Dukh-I-Litera publishing house.
New titles in Ukrainian include Svetlana Alexievich, Patriarch Bartholomew, Pope Francis. Maidan speaks in many voices of History in Testimonies. Ola Hnatiuk writes about Lviv in World War II. Valentyn Sylvestrov talks about music.
List of Ukrainian titles is available at http://on.nypl.org/1NQPlNe
Children’s titles are located on the second floor of the Ottendorfer branch.
A collection of current Ukrainian periodicals is available online to library members: https://www.nypl.org/blog/2018/…/09/slavic-newspapers-online
The New York Public Library membership is free and open to any person who lives, works, studies or pays property taxes in New York State. Patrons can order pick up (and drop off) of Ukrainian books at 92 local branches in Bronx, Manhattan and Staten Island.
For comments on Ukrainian collection at NYPL, please contact Coordinating Committee to Aid Ukraine at firstname.lastname@example.org.