Andriy Lyubka is a Ukrainian poet, translator and essayist, born in 1987.
He is the author of “Eight months of schizophrenia” (poetry, 2007), “Terrorism” (poetry, 2009), “40 Dollars with a Tip” (poetry, 2012) and “Killer” (short stories, 2012). A selection of his poems was translated into German and published in Austria as “Notaufname” (Innsbruck: Edition BAES, 2012 ), and his collection of short stories was translated into Polish as “Killer” (Wroclaw: Biuro literackie, 2013).
He has collaborated with numerous publications in Ukrainian and foreign literary magazines, and is a columnist for Radio Liberty. His literary awards include the Debut (2007) and Kyiv Lawry (2011) prizes. He has curated international poetry festival such as “Kyiv Lawry” (2008, 2009, 2010, 2013) and “Meridian Czernowitz” (2012), and edited a special issue of the journal “Tygiel kultury” (Lodz, Poland, 2010). He has read in Kiev, Berlin, Innsbruck, Warsaw, Krakow, Lodz, Istanbul, Moscow, and Vienna. Some of his works are translated into Hungarian, Czech, Portuguese, German, Russian and Polish. Andriy Lyubka lives and works in Warsaw, Poland.