WASHINGTON – Archives belonging to Nobel prize-winning author Gabriel García Márquez, who died earlier this year, have been acquired by the University of Texas at Austin, the university said in a statement Monday.
NEW YORK – Few contemporary writers and none from Latin America could match the scope of his influence or the radical inventiveness of his imagination. Affectionately called "Gabo," Gabriel García Márquez, the Colombian Nobel laureate, journalist and author, was the most celebrated Latin American cultural export of his era.
Take a break this evening. After you've gone to Mass or eaten your matzo or taken a dip in the ocean or whatever other activity you might be doing today, on this 20th day of the fourth month of the year -- take a break. Now go read two of Gabriel García Márquez's most famous short stories.
Gabriel García Márquez, the Nobel-winning Colombian author who popularized the concept of "magical realism" and told epic stories of love, family and dictatorship in Latin America, died Thursday at the age of 87.
MEXICO CITY – Nobel laureate for literature Gabriel García Márquez returned to his Mexico City home on Tuesday after a week-long hospitalization for a lung infection, but officials said he remains in "delicate" condition.