The presentation of a book by journalist Tetyana Literati was held in Uzhgorod

12 December 2017 17:47  61166757 0168353
The presentation of a book by journalist Tetyana Literati was held in Uzhgorod

As we announced, the book about Uzhgorod as it was almost 100 years ago was presented today, December 12, in the Transcarpathian Regional State Administration.

The author of the publication "Uzhgorod. Nonfictional Stories" is a journalist Tetyana Literati, who collected in it her historical and ethnographic essays about the pre-war city, its streets, buildings and their inhabitants.

The materials were collected while the journalist was working on the project "Lost Uzhgorod". The book contains three dozen essays out of nearly half a hundred written by the author over the years of the project's existence. The design features photographs from the author's archive, family photo archives of the book heroes, personal collections and open sources. The cover, for example, features a postcard "View of the Bridge" dated from 1915.

Tetyana Literati's book "Uzhgorod. Nonfictional Stories" was published at the expense of the regional budget, under the Program for the support of publication of works by local authors. According to the director of the department of information and public relations of the Transcarpathian Regional State Administration Yaroslav Halas, thanks to this program, they can publish books, which can not be published commercially, despite having a high scientific and artistic value. In total, in 2017, 16 books with a total run of more than 6 thousand copies were published at the expense of this program. A presentation of six children's books published within the framework of this program is scheduled for St. Nicholas Day, - the press service of the Transcarpathian Regional State Administration reported. 

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