London Ukrainian Review is a special publication of the Ukrainian Institute London.
Dedicated to three decades of Ukraine’s independence, it discusses the challenges of climate and sustainability, achievements in cinema, literature, and academia, while looking ahead to what Ukraine has to offer to the world.
The Ukrainian Institute London hopes that this special publication will grow into a journal of culture, ideas, and new writing that will tackle global challenges through the prism of Ukraine while adopting a distinctly internationalist perspective on the Ukrainian past and present.
We are inspired by Ukraine’s position as a gateway to Europe, a cultural crossroads, and a treasure trove of resistance strategies. We aim to open up the diversity of Ukrainian perspectives and experiences to new international audiences.
If you wish to see regular issues of the London Ukrainian Review covering an array of topics – from literature and art to politics and the environment, through a variety of forms, including intellectual essay, reportage, poetry, short fiction and visual art – please support us by making a donation to our crowdfunding campaign.
Director of the Ukrainian Institute London
Deputy director of the Ukrainian Institute London
Tech and editorial advisor
To pitch a piece, please contact the editor at firstname.lastname@example.org explaining your idea and specifying the genre of your potential submission. We are looking for:
Essays (up to 1,500 words)
Reviews (up to 1,000 words)
Poetry (up to 3 poems)
Fiction (up to 3,000 words)
Visual Art (up to 6 pieces)
Image: Artist Andrii Sahaidakovskyi in the process of creating a wall inscription, Mystetskyi Arsenal. Photo by Oleksandr Popenko.