Natalka Babina

Natalka Babina (born on May 15, 1966 in Zakazanka) is a Belarusian writer of Ukrainian origin.[1] In 2010, she became a laureate of the Cherkasova BAJ Prize. In 2011, she was a finalist of the Angelus Central European Literature Award. She studied engineering at the Belarusian National Technical University, and began publishing her works in 1994, and her books have been translated into Polish, Czech, Ukrainian and English.[2][3][4][5]

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  • Babina, Natalka (2007). Žančyny vychodzjac· z-pad kantrolju: belaruskae žanočae apavjadan·ne (in Belarusian). Lohvinaŭ. ISBN 978-985-6800-44-6.
  • Babina, Natalka (2009). Pakachaj mjane, kali laska: zbornik sučasnaj žanočaj belaruskaj prozy (in Belarusian). Knihazbor. ISBN 978-985-6930-41-9.
  • Babina, Natalka; Dingley, Jim; Stein, Camilla (2013). Down among the fishes. ISBN 978-1-78267-076-6.
  • Babina, Natalka (2019). Бодай Будка: роман (in Ukrainian). ISBN 978-966-03-8942-7.[6]

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