Alfredo Corchado is the Mexico Bureau Chief for The Dallas Morning News and a 2009 Neiman Fellow at Harvard University. His 2013 memoir, Midnight in Mexico: A Reporter's Journey Through a Country's Descent into Darkness, has been optioned by Mexico and LA-based Canana Films. The book’s paperback version is out May 27th. He’s a Maria Moors Cabot award winner and winner of the Elijah Parrish Lovejoy prize presented by Colby College. More info at: alfredocorchado.com
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Corchado’s Hour Of DarknessMay 11, 2014 by Michelle García, Alfredo Corchado, Katie Orlinsky
“We realized as reporters that we were as traumatized as a lot of the country,” Alfredo Corchado tells Michelle García in this exclusive interview for the Dart Center from Mexico City. Corchado and García discuss the drug war, most recently chronicled in Corchado's memoir Midnight in Mexico. With an exclusive photo essay by Katie Orlinsky.
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