Tag Archives: Gabriel Garcia Marquez

Digitisation of the Gabriel García Márquez archive

Back in January 2013, David Sutton wrote a blog post on the geographical destinies of literary manuscripts, and observed that the language of the author often determined whether they were likely to be acquired by a country other than their … Continue reading

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Sifting through Robert Creeley’s literary email archives with ePADD

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A team at Stanford Libraries has developed an open-source software program to help manage email archives. The package known as ePADD was released in July 2015 and is available for free. Digital archivists at Stanford have already used the program … Continue reading

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Gabriel García Márquez papers bought by Ransom Center

In line with the rumours which have been circulating for some weeks now, the archive of Gabriel García Márquez is going (despite the best efforts of the National Library of Colombia to acquire it) to the Harry Ransom Center at … Continue reading

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Saramago, Pamuk, Mahfouz and others: Language and location

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Reading Leonor’s post on the José Saramago Archive prompts me to reflect on its wider implications.  The first thing to say is that it is splendid news that the Saramago Archive is going to find a devoted and fitting home … Continue reading

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