Juan Antonio Mora, a Andujar poet who now lives in Madrid, presented his book of poetry 'La Silla Vaca.' This is his fourteenth collection of public poems. He explores collective concerns and examines his feelings and ideals without revealing the vindictive imprint that has always characterized him. The poems in La Silla Vaca' address themes such as love and friendship, family, memories and poverty.
Alfredo Ybarra was the writer and teacher who presented the book and made the prologue. He highlighted Juan Antonio Mora's defense in 'La Silla Vacia" and pondered that this work was, "a complete metaphor for the poet's emotions, of the utopia which is the lifeblood and answer to those questions we sometimes ask ourselves when trying to figure out who we really are."
Corona del Sur Publishing House has published this book. It contains 90 pages and 70 poems. Some of these were read by friends and assistants of the author during the presentation ceremony. Mora thanked all those who supported the publication of this new collection, and he also explained the contents.
Juan Francisco Cazalilla (Consultant for Culture) highlighted Mora's social commitment and vindictive spirit in Mora’s poetry.