with Alfredo Corchado & Angela Kocherga
Oscar Lopez is a Mexican-Australian journalist working in the New York Times’s Mexico City Bureau. Oscar has reported in more than a dozen countries for the likes of TIME, the Guardian, the Washington Post and many more. In 2020, he was named Journalist of the Year by the NLGJA, the U.S. association of LGBT+ journalists. A graduate of Melbourne University and the University of Oxford, he is currently developing a book project examining the current crisis of forced disappearance in Mexico and its links to the country’s Dirty War of the 1960s and 70s.
Also a passionate playwright, Oscar lives in Mexico City with his husband Joseph and his dogs Disco and Gus.