of a legendary place, marked by its
relationship with the life, work and
death of Federico García Lorca.
in Huerta de San Vicente
"The ten stories in Calle Aristóteles surpass all the expectations created by those masterful tales in El clavo en la pared. I have no doubt: the authors who cross Ortega's path on the road of the short story will have to hop off the sidewalk, take off their hats and leave the way free and clear for him, and for the flood of new readers who will follow him with delight."
"A storyteller full of faculties, capable of moving us with all precision. A catalog of intertwined solitudes, unforgettable monologues, compassionate wickedness. Jesús Ortega narrates to stay. His characters lose so that his readers win."