Adapted from the podcast, an interview entirely rewritten and enriched with unpublished passages.
What do we find under Maria Pourchet’s pen? Why did she wait until she was thirty to start writing—when she was already sure of her vocation in the second grade? What was Romain Gary’s inspiration? How did language become her “buddy”?
Maria Pourchet is a French novelist with a doctorate in social sciences. Her books include Rome en un jour (Prix Erckmann-Chatrian 2013), Les Impatients and Feu. She is also involved in the development of various fiction and documentary projects for television.