Uzhgorod as an inspiration. Who are the winners of the Petro Skunts Prize?

The winners of the Uzhgorod Municipal Petro Skunts Prize in three nominations were determined today, July 24, at the meeting of the competition commission.

The winners were determined by voting:

– in the nomination "regional studies":

Tetyana Literati’s book "Uzhgorod. Nonfictional stories";

– in the nomination "fiction":

collection of children’s poems by Lydia Povkh "Our merry city";

– in the nomination "album":

the book compiled and published by Mykhailo Meisarosh and Oleksandra Harkusha’s publishing house, "Adalbert Erdelyi. Cartoons".

Recall that the following books were also competeing:

– in the nomination "regional studies":

S.D. Fedaka "History of Uzhgorod in dates and events";

I. V. Khlanta "Echo of the Literary Transcarpathia";

T.O. Literati "Uzhgorod. Nonfictional stories";

– in the nomination "fiction":

P. M. Khodanich "Budytels, or Vivat Emperor";

L.P. Povkh "Our merry city";

– in the nomination "album":

O. Ye. Harkusha "Adalbert Erdelyi. Cartoons".

The decision of the commission will be submitted for approval by the Uzhgorod City Council, the press service informs.

Petro Skunts Prize was founded by the Uzhgorod City Council to encourage contemporary authors to write works devoted to the city of Uzhgorod, its history and present, outstanding Uzhgorod residents, to popularize the latest Ukrainian literature, develop Ukrainian literature, and to discover new talents.


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