Prolitfront (acronym for Proletarian Literary Front). A monthly literary journal, the official organ of an organization Prolitfront. It was published from April to December 1930 (eight issues) in Kharkiv. It was the vehicle for the works of Mykola Khvylovy, Pavlo Tychyna, Mykola Kulish, Ostap Vyshnia, Yurii Yanovsky, Oles Dosvitnii, Ivan Senchenko. Petro Panch, Ivan Dniprovsky, Hryhorii Epik, Hryhory Kostiuk, Vasyl Mysyk, Mykhailo Yalovy, Leib Kvitko, Ivan Momot, and others.

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