L'artiste Nathalie Kho sur les illustrations du Diable du Père-Lachaise
Notes de journal d'un voyage d'écrivains du club littéraire parisien le Phénix blanc au forum SlovoNovo 2021, organisé à Budva (Monténégro) du 24 au 30 septembre 2021.
Sveta Velikanova a écrit une telle critique de mon livre "Le temps pour la pluie" qu'il s'agit en soi d'un ouvrage distinct sur Paris, les rêves et l'amour. Je suis heureuse que mon livre soit entre de bonnes mains !
The Devil from Père Lachaise goes to the St Petersburg International Book Salon and to Montenegro (to SlovoNovo)
The interview was conducted and recorded on 16 February 2020 by the Parisian artist Nathalie Kho
Interview with Olga de Benoist for the AveFrance project. About life, creativity, France and various fields of activity
Interview for the Innsaga project: Olga de Benoist about integration in France, business, literature, insights and her creative journey
I am so excited to annonce that my book O Choro da Chuva (in Russian "Время дождя") which was translated to Portuguese and published in Brazil in 2019, will be presented by the Brazilian publishing house Pergunta Fixar at the famous festival SXSW in Austin, Texas-USA.
Interview for Ridero: "Authors Anastasia Olshevskaya and Olga de Benoist share their impressions from their trip to the Frankfurt Book Fair"
The book "O Choro da Chuva" has been published in Portuguese in the Brazilian publishing house Pergunta Fixar. Listen to the music of the city, and get acquainted with its mythical characters such as Rain man, Catcher of Music, A Magic Bird, a Dancing Girl, Europe & Asia, modern Tessey and Ariadna. Love and death, a star road, metro mazes, dreams and reality, the shining darkness of night, eroticism and innocence, wealth and poverty, tears and happiness, Christmas and spring - and all this with a light haze of rain.
Discover the magic photography by the French-Algerian Photographer Walid Berrazeg. Africa, Asia & Europe. Marocco, Japan, Tanzania, Algiers and Russia. Check out the reportage.
Olga de Benoist set herself a task to portray "careless and shining Paris", the Paris, seen through the eyes of young hippies and hipsters, the darlings of fortune. Her characters love life, they know how to enjoy it and still they are obsessed with an existential pathos. Every now and then they say, "Who are we? Why do we live?" (Konstantin Grishine's literary review of the book The Age of Rain)