Yet another meeting of Zaporizhzhia Book Toloka occured as one of the most remarkable and long-awaited. Not incidentally, as it was devoted to the very special author with a very special book.

On March 14 Pavlo Volvach presented his new novel Neophyte’s Dreams (Sny Neophita, The Old Lion Publishing, 2017) in Zaporizhzhia Regional Universal Scientific Library. This is a book about the dashing nineties in Zaporizhzhia, about ups and downs, and the high hopes. The meeting was moderated by Valentyn Terletskyi, the writer, musician and journalist.

Under Zaporizhzhia Book Toloka, Volvach also met with the students and academics of Zaporizhzhia National University, where the presentation was moderated by Oleksandr Medko. In total, about 300 persons came to see the author.

Pavlo Volvach is a novelist, poet, journalist and translator. The writer was born in Zaporizhzhia. Here he worked changed many occupations. Pavlo Volvach is an author of 9 books, including novels Klasa (2004), Khreshchatyk Plaza (2012), Neophyte’s Dreams (2017). The author’s poetry and prose are translated into English, Russian, Polish, Slovak and others languages. For now, lives and works in Kyiv. Pavlo Volvach is also a member of the National Union of Writers of Ukraine and the Ukrainian PEN Center.