Interview of Frank conducted by Ken Roubidoux, Editor-in-Chief of Connotation Press, and also an excerpt from Stealing Fatima at (Issue IV, Volume 1: December 2009)

A Question and Answer Session with author Frank X. Gaspar at Long Beach City College. (September 13, 2011)

Articles and Interviews

— Accardi, Millicent (a Portuguese-American poet)"Frank X. Gaspar a much beloved writer – Interview" in Portuguese American Journal (10 December 2012)

— Alves, Teresa F. A. (Professor of American Literature and Culture at the the University of Lisbon Center for English Studies) "A Poetics of Disquietude for Gaspar’s Tales of the Soul"

— Bass, Ellen. "Ellen Bass Reads Frank X. Gaspar" in The New Yorker Online Poetry Podcast (January 22, 2020). (Reading of "Quahogs")

— Bass, Ellen. "Interview of Frank X. Gaspar" in The American Poetry Review (Jan/Feb 2014).

— Brookshaw, David (Bristol University, United Kingdom) "Unwriting American History: Frank X. Gaspar's Leaving Pico" in Kinsella, J and Ramos Villar, C (Eds.), in Mid-Atlantic Margins, Transatlantic Identities: Azorean Literature in Context, (pp. 139-149), Seagull/Faoileán: Bristol, 2007. ISBN: 095539225X

— Dannenberg, Dot. "Writing the Sacred Word on the Street" (Fall 2010)

— Loya, Eric. "An Interview with Poet and Novelist Frank X. Gaspar" in Verdad: A Journal of Literature and Art (Fall 2009)

— Monteiro, George (Brown University) "Portuguese-American Poetry in the United States: From Emma Lazarus to Frank Gaspar"

— Monteiro, George (Brown University) "Provincetown's Portuguese" an article on Leaving Pico

Notáveis dos Açores (Frank's listing on the Azorian Government website of Notable Azorians)

— Oliveira, António. Interview of Frank Gaspar originally published in Mundo Português (in Portuguese)

— Patrick, Oona. "Interview with Vamberto Freitas: Contemporary Azorean and Luso-American Writing" Published in part by Provincetown Arts (2008) and in Imaginários Luso-Americanos e Açorianos: do outro lado do espelho (2010)

— Sellman, Tamara Kaye. "Happily Living in Mystery: Frank X. Gaspar's natural familiarity with the magical" in Margin: Exploring Modern Magical Realism (Summer 2005)

— Silva, Reinaldo Francisco (Universidade de Aveiro) "Frank Gaspar’s The Holyoke: Childhood as Catalyst for Portuguese-American Writing" in Proceedings of the International Conference for Anglo-Portuguese Studies, Lisbon, 6-8 May 2001

— Thorburn, Matthew (2015) An Interview with Frank X. Gaspar in the Ploughshares Blog.
“It’s A Bit Mysterious, and I Like That”

— University Press of New England (1999)
"An Interview with Frank X. Gaspar"

— Wikipedia
Frank X. Gaspar, Article