Latin-American literature; Latin-American authors and poets

Latin-American literature/Latin-American authors and poets; a list of websites

A

El Aleph. Portal Literario

Argentina *

See also Argentine Literature

Biblioteca Básica de Literatura Argentina

Historia de la Literatura Argentina
A history of Argentine literature.

Wikipedia entry on Argentine literature.

B

Bibliographies, Yale University.

Biblioteca Electrónica. Caracas, Venezuela

La Biblioteca Nacional, The Spanish National Library 

Brazil *

Associação de Leitura do Brasil

Instituto Pró-Livro
A portal for Brazilian literature and writing.

Wikipedia entry on the literature of Brazil.

Wikipedia list of Brazilian writers.

C

Central America. 
Wikipedia entries on Central American literature. 

Chile *

Critica
Revista virtual de  critica, Centro de Estudios Culturales.

The Latin American and Caribbean Information Center 

Writers

Isabel Allende

Gabriela Mistral

Pablo Neruda
Nobel Prize Archives for Pablo Neruda.

Rosenmann-Taub, David. David Rosenmann-Taub,
one of the most important living poets in the Spanish language. A dedicated site.

Colombia *

García Márquez, Gabriel

Gabriel Garcia Marquez
Information on Gabriel Garcia Marquez.

I

Index of Latin and South American Literature

M

Mexico *

Arts and history of Mexico
Masters of Mexican art. Artes e Historia, una publicación cultural no lucrativa. Fotografía, música, museos, bibliotecas, arte contemporáneo, arquitectura.

Art and Culture Magazines in Mexico
Illustrated directory of magazines published by public and private institutions and independent publishers (link goes to the Cultural Information System, 2007)

Catálogo de Escritores Mexicanos de Literatura (INBA) (Catalog of Mexican Writers) (National Institute of Fine Arts)

Consejo Nacional para la Cultura y las Artes
Culture and arts websites from Mexico, a list.

Biblioteca Virtual
A library of Mexican, Latin-American and international literature.

Language and literature: 
selected internet resources from The Library of Congress.

National Center for Information and Promotion of Literature
A centre in charge of promoting universal literature in general and Mexican in particular.

Mexican writers, entries from Wikipedia.

Pacheco, Jose Emilio

José Emilio Pacheco. Poems and background information.

Paz, Octavio

Octavio Paz
Wikipedia entry.

Octavio Paz
Nobel Prize Archive for Octavio Paz.


P

Peru *

More Ferarum. Revista de Literatura, Perú.

Lexis
Lexis es una de las principales revistas de lingüística y literatura que se publican en Hispanoamérica.

Biblioteca Nacional del Perú (San Borja – Lima) 

The Lima International Poetry Festival
Peruvian writers

Information on Peruvian writers. 
Mundoandino.com

Wikipedia entries on Peruvian writers.

Llosa, Mario Vargas

Mario Vargas Llosa
Wikipedia entry on Mario Vargas Llosa.

Mario Vargas Llosa
Background information on Mario Vargas Llosa..

Official Mario Vargas Llosa website

Mario Vargas Llosa papers, Princeton University

Works by or about Mario Vargas Llosa in libraries (WorldCat)

Mario Vargas Llosa, articles in The Guardian.

Mario Vargas Llosa, articles in The New York Times.

R

Revistas literarias.

S

Spanish poetry.
An Anthology of Spanish Poetry 

V

Venezuela *

Cubagua
Literatura Venezolana e Hispanoamericana

Analitica, Biblioteca electrónica, Caracas, Venezuela.

Writers

Bello, Andrés. Andres Vello
Biografía y poemas.

Cabrujas, José Ignacio. Jose Ignacio Cabrujas

 

W

Wikipedia entries on Central American literature.

Wikipedia entries on Latin-American literature.

Famous Latin-American authors and poets *

Allende, Isabel

Isabel Allende
Wikipedia entry on Isabel Allende.

Arreola, Juan Jose

Juan José Arreola

de Assis, Machado

Machado de Assis

Borges, Jorge Luis

Borges, Jorge Luis. The Garden of Jorge Luis Borges
Stories and essays by Jorge Luis Borges.

The Garden of Forking Paths,
a comprehensive Jorge Luis Borges resource.

The Aleph,
translated by Norman Thomas Di Giovanni in collaboration with the author

International Jose Guillermo Carrillo Foundation

Norman Thomas Giovanni’s website.
The site contains several stories, essays and poems translated by Giovanni in collaboration with Borges.

The Borgesian Cyclopaedia
A Virtual Reference to the World of Jorge Luis Borges.

Fundación San Telmo’s Jorge Luis Borges Collection

“El Tango”
on audio MP3 (in Spanish).

Borges Center, University of Pittsburgh
Important internet resources including bibliographies, chronologies, full text articles and books, and information on the journal Variaciones Borges.


Carpentier, Alejo

Alejo Carpentier

Cortázar, Julio

Julio Cortazar

Fuentes, Carlos

Carlos Fuentes

Lorca, Federico Garcia

Frederico Garcia Lorca 
Federico Garcia Lorca Web Page

Federico García Lorca
Wikipedia

Federico García Lorca Poetry, Poems, Bios & More
Poets.org

Federico García Lorca
An introduction.

Marquez, Gabriel Jose

Gabriel José de la Concordia García Márquez. internet resources, articles. Nobel Prize Archive

Gabriel García Márquez. Garcia Marquez and magic realism.

Magical realism. An overview.

Gabriel García Márquez
Wikipedia entry on Gabriel García Márquez.

Y Gasset, Jose Ortega

Y Gasset, José Ortega. Jose Ortega Y Gasset
Wikipedia

Online English Edition of Revolt of the Masses

Fundación José Ortega y Gasset

Fundación José Ortega y Gasset

Hernández, José *

José Hernández. Wikipedia entry.

Huidobro, Vicente

Vicente Huidobro
Poems/poemas by Vicente Huidobro.

Neruda, Pablo

Pablo Neruda, Wikipedia entry.

Pablo Neruda
Links to Pablo Neruda websites.

Pablo Neruda Poetry Foundation page.

Pablo Neruda. Poems at The Academy of American Poets

Pablo Neurda
Nobel Prize Archive

Paz, Octavio

Octavio Paz
Nobel Prize Archive

Octavio Paz Webpages.

Octavio Paz
Introduction

Rosenmann-Taub, David

David Rosenmann-Taub, 
one of the most important living poets in the Spanish language. A dedicated site.

Rulfo, Juan

Juan Rulfo
Wikipedia entry.

Galeano, Eduardo

Eduardo Galeano. Wikipedia entry.

Eduardo Galeano. The Guardian

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