Mykhailo Nazarenko is Assistant Professor in the Department of East Slavic Philology and Practical Information Studies at the Educational and Scientific Institute of Philology of Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv. His books include The Reality of Wonder (On Books of Marina and Sergey Dyachenko) (2005), Buried on a Mound: Shevchenko in Folklore and Fakelore (2006, 2017), The New Minotaur (a collection of fantasy stories, 2007), and Besides “Kobzar”: An Anthology of Ukrainian Literature, 1792-1883 (2021). He has edited and annotated Ukrainian and Russian translations of works by Susanna Clarke, John Crowley, Arthur Conan Doyle, Neil Gaiman, Alan Moore, and Terry Pratchett.

Mykhailo Nazarenko has the following works available at Clarkesworld:

The White Tree of Gondor: A Brief Overview of Modern Ukrainian SF&F

NON-FICTION by Volodymyr Arenev and Mykhailo Nazarenko, translated by Alex Shvartsman in Issue 192 – September 2022

It is known that Númenor had sunk under a great wave, much as the Kievan Rus had perished in the flames of the invasion by the Golden Horde. In both cases, the legacies of those cultures live on. The descendants of Númenor had founded Arnor and Gondor, while the descendants of Kievan Rus live in […]
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