I would have loved to have this interview in Granada. Perhaps sitting in one of the many squares that shelter the city, such as the Romanilla, where the Federico Garcia Lorca Center is located. In this privileged space works the writer Jesus Ortega (Melilla, 1968) as head of the Granada City of Literature program of Unesco. Author of several books of short stories, such as the luminous Calle Aristóteles, Ortega has always shown a special attention for the place of writing, which he has shown in works such as Proyecto Escritorio. This interest in the space of creation has now led him in La caja de la alegría (Editorial Comares), his new book, to La Huerta de San Vicente, where Lorca wrote some of his masterpieces and where he was happy.