Currently in Concord, New Hampshire
I was born in Lima, Peru in the midst of hyperinflation and political instability to a very lovely set of parents. After catching some luck during a visa lottery, we moved to Miami where I spent my formative years observing life and writing about it spanglish. At some point, I wound up at the greatest school in the Southeasten Conference, got me a journalism degree and took that along with my two-wheel drive Jeep on a series of newspaper internships.
One of those was in Ohio where, enamored by the midwest, but frustrated by the newspaper industry, I took a sharp left and ended up in grad school at Ohio University. It was the best.
Still working on my master's project, but now back in newspapers. I'm currently on staff at the Concord Monitor in the Granite State where people obsess about voting and like scaring girls from Florida with the word "sub-zero" and "winter."
CV available upon request.
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