Where did the idea of ​​writing a new book about the history of the city of Dub come from?
I received an offer from the city council in Dub to write the book for them. I’ve written other books about Dub in the past. They discussed the phenomena of Dubai, the local church of the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary, the local forests and the porcelain factory.

How did you write about them?
When I first drove to Dub, I was bricked because I was unable to find my way around the city. With no dominants or nmst, it’s such a bit of a chaotic whole. I thought I could do so, but definitely not the books. Only when I gradually went to Dub more often, I began to fall under the spell of the city, which in many ways is completely unique.

And first you talk about it. The town hall, which defended Teplice and the party remained independent for a long time, was not discovered by Clary-Aldringen. The unbelievable church, which and once the discovery of Hollywood, will be a blockbuster, because taking the Alps across the Taench oxen and komi church and assembling it in Krunch horch is something completely unbelievable. And last but not least, Anton Tschinkel, who as a businessman from Chibsk went to look for a place to build a sawmill, and finally Dub found and built two porcelain houses here. Those pbhy were so good that I wrote it very nicely.

And your work has evidently pleased the city.
Years later, Dubt came up with the idea that they would need to write a new book about the history of the city and its present, so that it would not be an academic script. So that it is not a book that is ceremoniously honored and then it will just come to you somewhere in the library and no one will take it in hand, because it is de facto unreadable. On the contrary, they wanted a poor, lively book, which the people would read as if they were reading fiction. And that was the one that thrilled me. I drove to Dub in a lot of grapes.

The suit of the book Msto Dub in the sign of the oak.

Can you tell us what your new publication will be about?
It is a book that is full of prehistoric times. This is the history of the city captured in the uritch chapters. My ambition was to capture the whole of the city in context and write it pbhov and tiv.

When I walked around Dub and thought about how I drank, I started to admire the beautiful trees that are here. Suddenly I realized that if I wanted myself in the book as a hunter who first moved to Dub and wanted to know something about it, someone should tell him the story. And at that moment it told me that it shouldn’t be a hunter, because he doesn’t remember the prehistoric. It told me that the only option was for the tree to fade. Also, Mr. Dalibor, the protagonist of the book, who moves to Dub, addresses the moment when he sits on a bench under a massive oak tree, the first tree and tells him the whole history of the city, which the trees have enjoyed for generations.

Darkness formed the form. But how was it to fill it with content?
When you come up with a form for a book and you start, there is no guarantee that it will work. But this model worked quickly and fully in all respects, so it was actually written to me from time to time.

The book also succeeded graphically, eh?
Yes, it is extremely graphic. I must say that the Alwac agency in Teplice has done a very good job on that. In my opinion, this book is in many ways unique. On the one hand, it is beautiful, but it also contains several translucent fields with historical photographs, which cover the current photograph of the city. You can also compare the cities today and then. If the book were to be sold for a real price, it would cost a lot of 500 crowns. But the city decided to subsidize it, it is also for me for 290 crowns. I don’t even know if the city has given me a full place to go. Originally, it was said that it would have only a local character, but it turns out that there is interest in it from relatively distant cities, and even from people who do not know Dub at all.

To vs as an author sure t.
Of course. In addition, it looks like the book will be quite interesting. The city chose one grown oak in the city area, which is to be the first to be the first to succeed. In the future, a bench should be created below it and it will become one of the other tourist points of the city. It is also being considered that the book will take an audio form, and even a translation into the Czech language is being prepared, because the Germans who have their families and their history connected with Dub will certainly be interested in this way. I see the future of the book quite nicely.

Rostislav Kivnek (62 years)

Writer Rostislav K

esk writer, playwright, bsnk, librettist and newspaper.

He graduated from the grammar school in Dn and the theater faculty of the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague, majoring in the organization and management of theaters and cultural facilities.

After graduating, he became the operating director of the DAMU Disk theater stage, and later worked in the Most theater, as the editor-in-chief of Filip magazine or in the Popron music publishing house.

Since 1985 he has been collaborating with the composer Vladimir Franz, for whom he has written several librettos.

He is the author of a number of publications, he wrote you biographical books Pavol Habera In flagranti i Wanastowi Vjecy Divnoknka. He also writes tourist books and guides.

In 2013, he wrote you the phenomena of the city of Dub, this year the book The City of Dub in the sign of Dub. It was published by the town hall in a thousand copies, it contains 168 pages of text and contemporary and contemporary photographs, and it is available at the House of the Blue Blood Porcelain Factory in Tovrn Street for 290 crowns.

Coming from Dna, he lived in Prague and in Central Bohemia for a long time, he has been living in Krsn Lp for the last year. I returned to the Koen, to the Sudetenland. The book about the history of Dub was a very nice part of my return, k.