A current Gabriel García Márquez exhibition at the Harry Ransom Center at The University of Texas at Austin. The website for this exhibition includes biographical information and documents, archival materials, and videos.
Career, Life, and Influence. (13 pages) From: Stavans, Ilan. Gabriel García Márquez. Pasadena, Calif: Salem Press, 2010. Print.
“Gabriel García Márquez, The Art of Fiction No. 69.” Interview by Peter H. Stone, The Paris Review, no. 82, Winter 1981.
A virtual conversation on the impact and legacy of writer Gabriel García Márquez with distinguished panelists, His Excellency Francisco Santos Calderón, Ambassador of Colombia to the United States; Ms. Marie Arana, writer, critic, and the Literary Director of the Library of Congress; and, Mr. Juan Esteban Constaín, author of Gabo contesta (2015), a book on Gabriel García Márquez. Held in partnership with the National Endowment for the Humanities and the Embassy of Colombia in the United States, September 29, 2020.
Rodrigo Garcia, son of Gabriel García Márquez, discusses his father and his memoir “A Farewell to Gabo and Mercedes”. Los Angeles Times Events, July 29, 2021 .
A discussion about Lyric Opera’s Florencia en el Amazonas (an opera inspired by the works of Gabriel García Márquez) with musician, opera professional, and widow of composer Daniel Catán, Andrea Puente Catán, director Francesca Zambello, title soprano Ana María Martínez, conductor Jordan de Souza, and host Eddie Arruza.