"Adultery: A Novel" by Paulo Coelho
A wife and mother with a seemingly-perfect life becomes bored, craves risk and throws herself at an old flame. Best-selling author Paul Coelho uses this premise as a jumping off point for exploring the ways in which infidelity can cause both relationships and individuals to unravel, and unpacking the myriad of emotions--including apathy--that adultery often inspires. Kojo talks with Coelho about the novel, his craft and his 9 million-plus Twitter followers.
Journalis Maricruz Pineda Sánchez interviews Paulo Coelho for the September issue of Marie Claire Mexico.
Paulo Coelho: having an affair and saving your marriage
Brazilian lyricist and novelist Paulo Coelho talks to Channel 4 News about adultery, depression, betrayal and how he connects with readers through social media.
Paulo Coelho: el alquimista digital de la literatura
No con él y no por algún motivo en particular fuera del hecho de que estoy lejos de casa, es día festivo nacional en Suiza y "nadie está viendo", dice con una risa humeante. En su penthouse con vista a lago, hablamos de su nueva novela sobre infidelidad. "Hoy en la noche puede venir al centro y cometer adulterio: sería apropiado dado el tema", dice...
The Alchemy of Pilgrimage
The Brazilian lyricist Paulo Coelho is best known for his book, The Alchemist — which has been on the New York Times bestseller list for over 300 weeks. His fable-like stories turn life, love, writing, and reading into pilgrimage. In a rare conversation, we meet the man behind the writings and explore what he’s touched in modern people.
British journalist Christina Lamb meets Paulo Coelho for an exclusive interview for The Sunday Times
"Don't worry, you are not the adulteress in my new book"
Journalist Joy Horowitz interviews Paulo Coelho for Goodreads, the largest site for readers and book recommendations. Horowitz is also a contributing editor at the Los Angeles Review of Books, and she is teaching environmental journalism at Harvard.
The interview was published on August 6th and distributed in their August newsletter to their twenty million subscribers.
Undergraduate journalist Magdalena Kalwas was the Polish student who got to interview the author in his home in Geneve. The interview, fruit of two hours of conversations, was published in Polish magazine Style.
PAULO COELHO: INTUITION CAN LEARN
The author, dressed all in black, welcome us with a smile at the door of his Geneva apartment...