Kyïv (Philadelphia) [«Київ»; Kyiv]. A bimonthly journal of literature, scholarship, art, literary criticism, and community life published in Philadelphia from 1950 to 1964. Edited and published by Bohdan Romanenchuk, its contributors included Mykola Andrusiak, Sviatoslav Hordynsky, O. Dombrovsky, Volodymyr Doroshenko, R. Klymkevych, Panteleimon Kovaliv, Mykhailo Kushnir, Hryhorii Luzhnytsky, Mykhailo Ostroverkha, Ostap Tarnavsky, Vasyl Chaplenko, and Ihor Shankovsky. It was an important forum for contemporary Ukrainian prose and poetry and translations of world literature. It was especially known for its literary criticism and reviews. Several valuable memoirs were published in it, including those of Volodymyr Blavatsky and H. Nychka.
[This article originally appeared in the Encyclopedia of Ukraine, vol. 2 (1988).]