Known mostly for his prose, Fedarenka started to publish at the end of 1980’s. (1)
His creative work is significant for its social and psychological topics, it is often linked to the post-Soviet life in Belarusian cities, villages. His novels depict crisis of moral values and a general social crisis, like in the novels "The Village" (Вёска, 1995), "The Time of Troubles, or XII Fantasies on the Same Topic" (Смута, альбоы XII фантазій на адну тэму, 1994). He also writes adventure novels, like "A Chippy Thaler" (Шчарбаты талер, 1999), the story about searching for a treasure Napoleon had left in Belarus, or "The Afghan Box" (Афганская шкатулка, 2002) that is also dedicated to the search of an artifact left in Belarus – an Afghan box. In 2012, a collection of Fedarenka’s works named "A Chain" (Ланцуг) was published. It consists of 6 novellas written in different periods of time, each trying to capture the spiritual world of a contemporary man.