His poetry has been included in prestigious Spanish-language anthologies during the last ten years (Cuerpo Plural, Puertas abiertas, and others) and has been translated into German, French, English, Portuguese, Italian and Czech.
His more recent work has been creative non-fiction and fiction. His micro-novel Síncopes was published in Mexico and Peru (2007) and later published in French by the Rouge Inside company (2010). His most recent book is a literary non-fiction work in English about the hacker culture and ancestral strategies of resistance. It is called Hacking Coyote, and was published first as an ebook (mikrotext, 2016) and later as a printed book in Germany (mikrotext, 2017).
He has lived in Guatemala City, Paris, Madrid, Sao Paulo and Buenos Aires. He has been a DAAD fellow and currently lives in Berlin, working on a doctoral thesis about indigenista science fiction.