"He has a degree in Hispanic Language and Literature from the Faculty of Philosophy and Letters (ffyl) of the National Autonomous University of Mexico (unam) and a master in Psychoanalytic Theory from the Center for Studies and Research in Psychoanalysis (ciep). He carried out specialization studies at the Universities of Paris, Washington and Colombia; at the Association of Foreign Languages, of Texas; at the French Institute for Latin America, at the Autonomous Metropolitan University (uam) and at the Colegio de Bachilleres, in Mexico City. Researcher at the Institute of Bibliographic Research of the unam (1976-1980) and professor at the uam, where he is in charge of the area of Literature. He has collaborated in the Excelsior and El Día newspapers, in the supplements "" El Gallo Ilustrado " "and" "Culture in Mexico" ", and in the magazines Plural, Nexos, University of Mexico, Fuentes, Territorios and Topodrilo.
Antonio Marquet Montiel is a literary critic and translator, he uses the psychoanalytic method to analyze texts by Mexican and foreign writers such as Agustín Yáñez, Jorge Esquinca, Elías Nandino, Juan Rulfo, Alfonso Reyes, Carlos Fuentes, Fernando del Paso, Hugo Argüelles, Luis Zapata, Severino Salazar, Vargas Llosa, Lezama Lima, Beckett, Wilde, Emile Jacobs, Jean Genet, Styron and others. "