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Myrna has a lot to say about her “Baba,” as in these two articles here, nominated for an Alberta Magazine Award

Myrna pulls a 1982 Interview with Greek poet and translator Jenny Mastoraki from the memory vault.

In researching and writing about her Edmonton Baba’s life for a work-in-progress, Myrna has sketched a portrait of a life overlooked in the standard Alberta pioneer narrative.

Myrna couldn’t let the 125th anniversary of Ukrainian settlement in Canada go by without talking about what’s missing from the ‘official’ version. It appears in the September 2017 issue of Alberta Views.

Myrna reminisces on the ups and downs of her long association with Mel Hurtig. It was published in the January-March 2017 issue of West Word, the magazIne of the Writers’ Guild of Alberta.

The Reluctant Historian at The Battle of the Seven Oaks

“I had a gun once,” Guest Writer on Betsy Warland’s Oscar’s Salon

Alberta Views: “On Gifted Ground: One Ukrainian-Albertan reflects on forebears, Ukrainian and Aboriginal”

Literary Nonfiction in Sask

Myrna Kostash was invited to contribute to a collection of essays edited by Canadian Studies professors Weronika Suchack and Helmut Lutz in Germany, in the 8th issue of TransCanadiana (2016), “Canadian Sites of Resistance: Solidarity-Struggle-Change,” published online here.

A Tale of Two Massacres, published in Literary Review of Canada

The Doomed Genre: Myrna Kostash and the Limits of Non-fiction

“How I Wrote the Doomed Bridegroom,” Westword magazine, Writers Guild of Alberta

My Maidan

Alberta Views: “On Gifted Ground: One Ukrainian-Albertan reflects on forebears, Ukrainian and Aboriginal”

Literary Nonfiction in Sask

Symposium of Manitoba Writing Keynote Speech

The Joe College-Betty Coed Consciousness-Raising Blues

Shocking Protestants

The Reluctant Historian

The Ukrainian Orthodox Church and the First Nations

Open Letter to George Ryga

London 2008: Arguments in the Galleries

Genocide or “A Vast Tragedy”? University students in an Alberta classroom try to decide.

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