About Gabriel Lucatero
Gabriel Lucatero was born in Michoacan, Mexico, and immigrated to the United States when he was 19 years old, looking for his very own American Dream; yep, just like everyone else, he got tired of the shitty life he lived down there and came running to the other side. From a young age, he had a passion for words and started writing poems, since talking to women has always been kinda hard for him ’cause, you know, he can’t do it. Later on, he delved into the world of fiction and began writing his own stories, most of them falling into the transgressive and the horror genres; sometimes, he reads serious books, but trashy novels are his bread and butter.
Gabriel has done everything: janitor at a retail store, cashier and manager at a fast-food joint, and was even an Uber driver for some time until someone vomited in his car, and he said, “F*** this sh*t!”
He hasn’t tried prostitution because nobody will pay to see him naked.
Gabriel currently works as a manager at a local restaurant and contributes at Negocio SB as an editor, a local business magazine that focuses on the Hispanic community. Also, he talks too much about himself on the Internet, pretty much like everyone is doing nowadays.
He is presently writing The Galuri Outis Memoirs, a serialized story of an illegal immigrant who pursues a career as a writer in his second language, mirroring several aspects of Gabriel’s own life. This series falls into the Transgressive Fiction genre.
He loves hearing from readers, so please feel free to contact him.