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Joseph Zárate

01.02.24
  / 28.02.24
Joseph Zárate (Lima, 1986) is a journalist and editor. He received the Premio Gabriel García Márquez 2018 in the Text category, the Premio Ortega y Gasset 2016 for Best Story or Investigative Reporting, and the Premio Nacional PAGE 2015 for Environmental Journalism created by the UN. He is the author of ‘Guerras del interior’ (Debate, 2018), a book of chronicles about socio-environmental conflicts caused by the exploitation of gold, wood, and oil in the Andes and the Amazon of Peru; translated into French, Italian, Polish, Norwegian, Chinese, and English (translation published by Granta Books and winner of the Premio Valle Inclán 2022). His work is included in the collective books ‘Rabia. Crónicas contra el cinismo en América Latina’ (Anagrama, 2022), ‘Volver a contar. Escritores de América Latina en los archivos del Museo Británico’ (Anagrama, 2022), ‘Un mundo lleno de futuro’ (Planeta, 2017), ‘Eduardo Galeano, un ilegal en el paraíso’ (Siglo XXI, 2016), ‘Ciudades visibles’ (RM, 2016) and ‘¡Atención!’ (Czernin, 2015), an anthology that brings together ten reports by Latin American authors published in Germany. For his chronicles about funeral work during the covid-19 pandemic in Peru, collected in his book ‘Algo nuestro sobre la tierra’ (Literatura Random House, 2021), he received the Premio Nacional de Periodismo 2020, a Special Mention in the Premio Nacional de Literatura 2022 in the Non-Fiction category, and was nominated for the True Story Award 2020/21, which recognizes the best narrative journalism published worldwide.

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Joseph Zárate

01.02.24
  / 28.02.24
Joseph Zárate (Lima, 1986) is a journalist and editor. He received the Premio Gabriel García Márquez 2018 in the Text category, the Premio Ortega y Gasset 2016 for Best Story or Investigative Reporting, and the Premio Nacional PAGE 2015 for Environmental Journalism created by the UN. He is the author of ‘Guerras del interior’ (Debate, 2018), a book of chronicles about socio-environmental conflicts caused by the exploitation of gold, wood, and oil in the Andes and the Amazon of Peru; translated into French, Italian, Polish, Norwegian, Chinese, and English (translation published by Granta Books and winner of the Premio Valle Inclán 2022). His work is included in the collective books ‘Rabia. Crónicas contra el cinismo en América Latina’ (Anagrama, 2022), ‘Volver a contar. Escritores de América Latina en los archivos del Museo Británico’ (Anagrama, 2022), ‘Un mundo lleno de futuro’ (Planeta, 2017), ‘Eduardo Galeano, un ilegal en el paraíso’ (Siglo XXI, 2016), ‘Ciudades visibles’ (RM, 2016) and ‘¡Atención!’ (Czernin, 2015), an anthology that brings together ten reports by Latin American authors published in Germany. For his chronicles about funeral work during the covid-19 pandemic in Peru, collected in his book ‘Algo nuestro sobre la tierra’ (Literatura Random House, 2021), he received the Premio Nacional de Periodismo 2020, a Special Mention in the Premio Nacional de Literatura 2022 in the Non-Fiction category, and was nominated for the True Story Award 2020/21, which recognizes the best narrative journalism published worldwide.

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