In the global literary context, she is the most well-known Ukrainian woman writer, literary scientist, journalist and author of the scandal novel titled "Field Research in Ukrainian Sex" (Польові дослідження з українського сексу, 1996) and several collections of poems. In her works, Oksana Zabuzhko deals with feelings of women, living in a chaos of the society that is falling apart, coping with sexuality, feminism, the bitter past and an unpredictable future of her nation. Her novel "A fairy-tale about a Viburnum Pan-pipe" (Казка про калинову сопілку, 2000) is also considered an outstanding work of the talented author – here, the traditional culture overlaps in a masterful manner with folklore, the lyrical merges with the epic. Her last novel "The Museum of Abandoned Secrets" (Музей Покинутих Секретів, 2009) had a great feedback of readers and literary scientists and earned a particular collection of awards. It has been translated to Polish and Russian and called out numerous positive reviews from renowned literary theorists from these countries. The Oksana Zabuzhko's books belong to the best-sellers in Ukraine today. The author was awarded the "Golden Writer of Ukraine."