(Junín, Argentina, 1967) This Junín-born writer and journalist now lives in Buenos Aires. She began to work as a journalist on the daily paper Página/12 and later wrote for Página/30. She won the Foundation for New Latin American Journalism’s prize with an article (Rastro en los huesos) about missing persons during her country’s military dictatorship. She writes for the Sunday supplement of the Buenos Aires newspaper La Nación, and has been contributing to other publications for many years, including El País Semanal, Vanity Fair, El Malpensante, Don Juan y Soho, Etiqueta negra, Letras Libres, Gatopardo and Travesías. In 2005, she published Los suicidas del fin del mundo, translated into Italian and Portuguese. In 2009 the book Frutos extraños appeared in Colombia and then Argentina; the book is a collection of articles she had published between 2001 and 2008. Her latest work is Una historia sencilla, published in 2013.