Guillermo Galvan is a first-generation Mexican writer from the coast. He graduated from a University with a degree. Galvan currently lives with his wife and cat.
Through subversive writing, his stories focus on characters at the bottom of the social ladder. His signature Gutter Surrealist style portrays the beauty in ugly things, all the while, leaving them ugly.
When neuroscientist Elis Davidson removed a dream from his mind and captured it inside a receptacle, an inter-dimensional tear opened to cosmic annihilation. Metaphysical entities and urban misfits struggle for control over the dream’s power as reality disintegrates.
Blubber Island is a psychedelic adventure into Gutter Surrealism, a dark comedy with philosophical depth and a Splatterpunk surface.