Good poetry, besides its style and literary school, is constituted by an orderly distribution of thought and an intrinsic expertise on the expression of ideas.
Agustín Labrada is a magnificent poet, and like all good poets he also has an elegant and vigorous prose as he has shown throughout his work, in which he has alternated poetry with prose fiction, literary criticism and cultural journalism.
With the book Teje sus voces la memoria by Dante publishing house, Agustín Labrada risks introducing himself with a set of essays on shaky ground, a versatile field in history, geography and literature; in short, a culturally inconstant ground that owes its condition to the tendency to identify artistic creation with the physical space equivalent to the Mexican political-administrative denominations.