Paulo Coelho on Nexo+

On November 29th, the film Paulo Coelho – My Transiberian, produced by Elisabetta Sgarbi, will be available on Nexo+ for all subscribers.

It tells the journey made by Paulo Coelho on the legendary train that connects Moscow to Vladivostok: the Trans-Siberian: 9,289 kilometres to be experienced in depth, between historical suggestions, landscapes extraordinary, symbols and atmospheres of an Orient that is still largely mysterious. A documentary that shows an unpublished Paulo Coelho, never seen before, meeting his geographically distant yet close readers, united in the name of literature. A film linked to one of Paulo Coelho’s most successful novels, Aleph.

27 illustrated editions of “The Archer”!

By nine different artists:

· Christoph Niemann illustrated the first edition of the book for Diogenes Verlag. His artwork also appears in the Italian, French, English, Spanish, Catalan, Dutch, Hungarian, Arabic, Hindi, Gujarati, Malayalam, Marathi, Tamil, Telugu, Japanese and Chinese (simplified characters) translations.

· Kim Dong-sung: Korean
· Murat Kalkavan: Turkish
· Eva Eller: Russian
· Kanda Tangtrongjit: Thai
· Martin Dima: Indonesian and Kazakh
· Petr Vikhr: Ukrainian
· Tanivu: Chinese (complex characters)
· Nor Fazarizan Mukhtar: Malay

Paulo Coelho, Mete Gazoz and “The Archer” trending topic in Turkey

Paulo Coelho dedication of Okçu’nun Yolu (The Archer) to Mete Gazoz, the Turkish Olympic medallist in archery, and his video response on Twitter made an incredible impact in all written, visual and digital media, breaking sharing records on social media, becoming a trending topic on Twitter and being talked about for days.

With this action, the publishing house was nominated for the “Kristal Elma”, Turkey’s most prestigious advertising and marketing award.

Okçu’nun Yolu (The Archer) has topped bestseller lists in Turkey since its publication in September and is already on its 4th edition.


TASS press conference with Paulo

Paulo participated in a press conference organized by the news agency TASS, in which he talked about the publication of the Russian edition of The Archer and the new illustrated edition of The Alchemist.

Both books have been illustrated by Russian artist Eva Eller.

You can watch the press conference here: (https://ok.ru/live/2895451266678)

Complete the pocket collection of Paulo Coelho’s works in French

The Zahir, Like the Flowing River, The Winner Stands Alone and The Devil and Miss Prym are the last titles to be added to the new pocket collection in French launched by J’Ai Lu, which have also published a new trilogy entitled “The Choir of Strong Women”, which includes The Witch of Portobello, The Spy and Eleven Minutes, with all the covers created by the renowned artist DJOHR.

New editions of “Veronika Decides to Die”

Partly based on Paulo Coelho’s own experience. But why did Veronika decide to die?
This novel is available in 50 languages, with new editions published in Armenian, Chinese, Croatian, Czech, English, French, German, Japanese, Polish and Spanish.

<<’I’ve written a book about a mental institution,’ I said to my 85-year-old father. ’It’s a fictional work, but there are a couple of pages where I speak as myself. It means going public about the time I spent in mental hospitals.’ My father looked me in the eye and said: ’Are you sure it won’t harm you in any way?’ ’Yes, I’m sure.’ ’Then go ahead. I’m tired of secrets’.>>
Paulo Coelho

New audiobooks of “The Alchemist” with voices of renowned actresses

Michela Cescon was in charge of the Italian version, Beth Goulard read it in Portuguese and Michelle Jenner in Spanish.

The Tencent Charity Foundation quotes “The Alchemist”

Tencent Charity Foundation has included a quote from The Alchemist (“When you want something, all the universe conspires in helping you to achieve it”) in the video they have just released worldwide as part of their campaign to introduce how essential books are: https://v.qq.com/x/page/k32723lktz0.html

New publication agreements for “The Alchemist”

Sant Jordi Asociados has closed deals to publish three new editions of The Alchemist, which will be launched in Hausa, Somalian and Kiswahili shortly. With these languages, the novel will soon be available in 88 languages:

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