A list of resources for the novel from the University of Wisconsin's Center for the Humanities, including context for the Banana Massacre and the Thousand Days' War.
A super-impressively comprehensive site with interviews, book reviews, images and music based on his work, and many other ways to look at Macondo and the characters of this novel.
This documentary tries to create an interview with García Márquez in the style of his own writing. Pretty neat stuff.
García Márquez has never sold the film rights for this novel, although he's let people make movies out of other things he's written. We're pretty sure no movie would be able to convey this novel, so it's probably for the best.
Here's a 1970 New York Times review of One Hundred Years of Solitude. Like everyone else on the planet, they loved it.
Read an interview in The Paris Review and get up close and personal with Gabriel García Márquez
Each Nobel Prize winner delivers a set of remarks at the celebration. Here's what Gabriel García had to say.
Check out this student project that creates a title sequence for the nonexistent movie.
Check out a sample this audiobook about Márquez's life and work.
Listen to NPR's interview with Katie Davis, a commentator who sat down with Gabriel García Márquez almost thirty years ago.
Check out one artist's rendition of Macondo. What do you think? It's more colorful than we would have imagined.
Looks like a pretty nice guy, don't you think?
Here's one of the many, many, many book covers (with Oprah's stamp of approval!)