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FRONT Triennial opens July 14-16 with regionwide art exhibits promoting a healing vision amid culture wars

Cleveland 03 Jul 2022
Details are unfurling at Mark your calendars ... By turning the beams on their mounts, viewers activate belts inside the towers that raise or lower an interconnected system of digital projectors and screens that block or reveal fragments of writings by the Colombian novelist Gabriel Garcia Marquez that are projected on the gallery walls ... 2.

Marga Ortigas shines light on shadow in debut novel 

Manila Standard 02 Jul 2022
A Parable ... She obtained a master’s degree in literature from the University of Greenwich as a British Council Chevening scholar, and is now pursuing her love of fiction ... Ortigas writes ... ‘Sombra’ brings to mind the epic sweep of Gabriel Garcia Marquez’s books, and similarly, numerous strands of narrative are woven to create a complicated story ... ....

Memory's fiction

The Manila Times 02 Jul 2022
LITRO magazine of New York published my story, "The Snake," on Jan. 29, 2021. They also did a great interview with me. I'm sharing this with readers so they can get an insight into the art of fiction ... When I first read One Hundred Years of Solitude by Gabriel Garcia Marquez, I was shocked because it sounded like the tales told by my grandmother ... Email.

The digital avatar’s new clothes

Indian Express 26 Jun 2022
The caste and politics of Sena’s rise and its crisis. A disgraceful saga. Penny wise, security foolish. Parallel lives ... More Premium Stories >> ... Must Read Opinions ... Gabriel Garcia Marquez had noted in the early 20th century that all human beings have three lives — public, private and secret — and they are all crucial to the human experience ... Jun 25.

Schwabacher Summer Concert Series: Love, Magic & Poetry

San Francisco Examiner 24 Jun 2022
Second, the listener is invited into the spellbinding world in Act II of Daniel Catán’s Florencia en el Amazonas, an opera based on characters in Love in the Time of Cholera by Gabriel Garcia Marquez, with accompanying libretto by Marcela Fuentes-Berain.

Almost 200 unique butterflies live only in Colombia and could be at risk of being ...

Phys Dot Org 20 Jun 2022
Almost 200 unique species of butterflies live only in Colombia, accounting for 20% of all butterfly species, and they might be at risk ... The women-led team of authors comprises Dr ... Dr ... Jose R ... Key facts ... A yellow butterfly featured in the book is an icon of the famous Nobel book writer Gabriel Garcia Marquez's One Hundred Years of Solitude book ... study.

Letters sent to Colombian author Marquez to be shown in Mexico City

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette 18 Jun 2022
MEXICO CITY -- While reviewing the photo archives left by Nobel Prize-winning Colombian author Gabriel Garcia Marquez, one of his granddaughters came across a mysterious plastic box with the word "grandchildren" written on its label ... Another event, which includes the exhibition "Gabriel Garcia Marquez.

Paternal wisdom

Manila Bulletin 18 Jun 2022
In this imagined conversation among 20 writers about their fathers, may we realize what our own has taught us. A father acts on behalf of his children by working, providing, intervening, struggling, and suffering for them. In so doing, he really stands in their place ... ***** ... —Mark Twain. ***** ... Travels in Small Town America ... R ... —Gabriel Garcia Marquez .

Colombia: Conflict, cartels and cumbia music

Urdu Point 17 Jun 2022
Environmental activist Francia Marquez, 40, Petro's running ... - Garcia Marquez and Shakira - Nobel literature laureate Gabriel Garcia Marquez, who died in 2014, is one of Colombia's most famous figures, best known for his magical realism masterpiece "One Hundred Years of Solitude."

Quick reads: Quality over quantity

Rutland Herald 16 Jun 2022
I tend to read a lot of big, fat novels, but the other day I got a request for some slimmer titles. In our hectic world, it can be a good fit to grab a book you can read over a week, a weekend, or even overnight ... By Dashiell Hammett ... By Gabriel Garcia Marquez ... Its title is entirely accurate ... By John Steinbeck ... By Neil Gaiman ... By Alexander Solzhenitsyn.

Leftist Petro looks to make Colombian history with more pragmatic approach

La Prensa Latina 14 Jun 2022
By Irene Escudero. Bogota, Jun 13 (EFE).- Colombian Sen ... While a student at the La Salle school in Zipaquira, where the late Nobel literature laureate Gabriel Garcia Marquez also studied, Petro treated the priests in a haughty and disrespectful manner, read works of Marxist intellectuals and started along the path of political militancy ... Tags ....

Colombia’s presidential race will decide if the country goes the way of Venezuela

New York Post 07 Jun 2022
Interestingly, while an “urban guerrilla,” Petro took the nom de guerre “Aureliano,” after the main character in “One Hundred Years of Solitude,” the famous novel by Gabriel Garcia Marquez, who ranks among the most shameless and groveling celebrity apologists for the Stalinist ...

‘Tomb of Sand’, Geetanjali Shree and Daisy Rockwell’s International Booker Prize-winning novel, traces a storied ...

Indian Express 04 Jun 2022
Explained. Engaging with the Taliban ... Explained ... She-He. Rosie-Raza ... She has a bit of Ammu from Arundhati Roy’s The God of Small Things (1997), a touch of Gabriel Garcia Marquez’s Úrsula Iguarán from One Hundred Years of Solitude (1967), a hint of Krishna Sobti’s Ammi from Aai Ladki (1991), and an air of Sethe from Toni Morrison’s Beloved (1987) ... Tags ... .

John Waters talks about his debut novel, ‘Liarmouth: A Feel-Bad Romance’

Washington Blade 03 Jun 2022
John Waters has directed movies; written non-fiction; given spoken-word performances; made visual art; modeled for fashion designers, even lent his voice to a country music video ... Novelist ... BUY THE BOOK ... No ... Q ... A ... A ... In comparing your films to this novel, I realized that you’re in fact a magical realist much like Gabriel Garcia Marquez or Isabel Allende ... .