Catalina Lobo-Guerrero (2015) is a freelance journalist based in Caracas, Venezuela, since 2012. In the residency, she will be working on a nonfiction book about the downfall of Venezuela´s socialist revolution. She has been covering this process as a foreign correspondent and freelancer in Caracas since 2012, traveling around the country interviewing hundreds of people – including some of the main political protagonists. Lobo-Guerrero has written for The Guardian, El País, The Daily Beast, Diet Zeit and Semanaas, as well as working as a stringer for the New York Times and the Financial Times and as a producer for Aljazeera and Arte channel in France. She has also taught investigative reporting and elections coverage workshops in Colombia and Venezuela.
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