"The anthology succeeds in providing a broad overview of a century of the Ukrainian immigrant experience."
-- Winnipeg Free Press
The kobzars indeed live, and this book carries on that great Ukrainian tradition.
The topics are as varied as their lengths--the shortest being a poem placed prominently on one page, the longest being a story spanning twenty-two pages.
While enriching one's knowledge of Ukranian immigrant history, this collection gives testimony to the human experience unbounded by geography.
It was sad to red that Stalin had rounded up all the Kobzars and killed them. I enjoyed reading these stories.Published 1 month ago by George Siecko
Marsha writes so well about diverse peoples like the Ukrainians, the second largest Slavic group in the world but often ignored or forgotten. In today's world with Mr. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Rob Natiuk
A wonderful brief history of the hardships Ukrainian immigrants went through settling in Canada during the beginning of the 20th century.Published 24 months ago by B A Kozak
I love the concept of this book. Ukrainian-Canadian short stories are anything but overdone. After eagerly devouring the stories offered in this book, however, I was a bit... Read morePublished on February 2, 2012 by O. Lechnowsky