Robert Burns, Scotland’s National Bard, featured on a USSR Post commemorative postage stamp
A children’s artistic collective performs dances for Ukraine’s Independence Day in the town of Polohy in Zaporizhzhya province in south-eastern Ukraine.
It’s the largest country by land area that lies entirely within Europe. And the first line of its national anthem says, reassuringly, that it’s not dead yet. But what else do you know about Ukraine?
Part One of BE’s interview with British author Alex Shaw, in which he talks about the upheavals of starting expat life in the early Nineties, the beauties of Ukraine, and the shrinking world we now live in.
In Part Two of our interview with Alex Shaw, he talks about writing—the differences between the UK, US and European markets, how online publishing has changed the landscape for authors, and the pros and cons of self-publishing versus traditional publishing contracts.
The concluding part of our interview with British author Alex Shaw, plus details of where to get his excellent books from Amazon.