Rudolf Křesťan

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Rudolf Křesťan in 2010.

Rudolf Křesťan (born 14 March 1943 in Prague[1]) is a Czech writer, editor and feuilletonist. He is the author of 16 books printed in more than 250,000 copies.[2]

Biography[edit]

Křesťan spent his childhood in Stará Role near Karlovy Vary. From 1960 to 1966 he studied at the Institut osvěty a novinářství (Faculty of Journalism) of the Charles University in Prague.[1] From 1964 to 1993 he worked as an editor in the Mladý svět magazine.[1] After that, he was engaged in the Týdeník Televize. From 2003, he works as a freelance writer. During his career, he collaborated both with the Czech Television and the Czech Radio.[1]

Bibliography[edit]

Křesťan is known mainly as a feuilletonist. During his career, he wrote more than 1,000 feuilletons.[3] He selected 33 of his best feuilletons for an audiobook published in 2009.[4]

  • Kos a kosínus (1969) – in collaboration with Vladimír Renčín
  • Budeš v novinách (1976) – in collaboration with František Gel
  • Myš v 11. patře (1980)
  • Slepičí krok (1986)
  • Kočky v patách (1990)
  • Co láká poškoláka (1991) – illustrated by Vladimír Renčín
  • Jak se do lesa volá (1992) – illustrated by Vladimír Renčín
  • Jak jsem si užil (1995)
  • Pozor, hodný pes! (1997)
  • Nebuď labuť! (1999)
  • Výlov mého rybníka (2000)
  • Podkovaná blecha (2002)
  • Kachna v bazénu (2004)
  • Tandem aneb po dvou ve dvou (2006)
  • Jsem z toho jelen (2008)
  • Co jsem si nadrobil aneb Sypání ptáčkům (2010)

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d "Rudolf Křesťan" (in Czech). Slovník české literatury po roce 1945. Retrieved 7 December 2010. 
  2. ^ "Rudolf Křesťan". Český rozhlas 2 - Praha (Czech Radio) (in Czech). Retrieved 7 December 2010. 
  3. ^ "Fejetonista Rudolf Křesťan slaví narozeniny". ČT 24 (in Czech). Czech Television. Retrieved 7 December 2010. 
  4. ^ Šindelář, Rudolf (2009-07-29). "Král fejetonů Rudolf Křesťan vydal audioknihu". www.lidovky.cz (in Czech). Lidové noviny. Retrieved 7 December 2010.