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Y sin embargo

“Y morirme contigo si te matas
Y matarme contigo si te mueres
Porque el amor cuando no muere mata
Porque amores que matan nunca mueren.” 450 more words

Llaves

Este ensayo será publicado próximamente por Revista Miseria en su edición de Julio. El link cuando salga.

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Cuando entré a la universidad, me propuse leer cien libros antes de terminar la licenciatura. 1,586 more words

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Exploring Gabriel García Márquez's Colombia

Take a Gabo tour of all the sights connected to Colombia’s complex hero with Emma Newbery

Colombia may claim Gabriel García Márquez as its greatest cultural export, but as the tourism industry cottons on to the idea that the writer may be something they can sell, Gabo makes a complex poster boy for the country. 1,542 more words

In This Edition

Guest Post: Richard McColl, co-editor of “Was Gabo an Irishman?”

Guest Post by Richard McColl.

 Available on Amazon.

And there I was, seated at the desk at the far end of the Macondo pavilion during this year’s Bogota Book Fair, signing copies of “Was Gabo an Irishman?” with my back disrespectfully turned on priceless, yet worn, first editions of Garcia Marquez’s works, when a young girl came forward and posed the following question: 1,103 more words

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One Hundred Years Of Solitude

Title: One Hundred Years of Solitude

Author: Gabriel Garcia Marquez

Genre: Magic Realism

Year of Release: 1967

Review: If you ever happen to be in the beautiful country of Colombia, don’t go looking for the town of Macondo. 347 more words

Cielo de Gabo

Edgardo Machado, uno de nuestros colaboradores, escribe sobre Gabriel García Márquez, cuando se conmemora un año de su fallecimiento. Acá les dejamos el texto. Gracias, Edgardo. 258 more words

The work in progress of Guides to Elsewhere: 6/Macondo

Macondo is the very first part of the series Guides to Elsewhere: it was created two years ago for my boyfriend, who had left for a two-month trip to Brazil. 282 more words

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