Jessica Acuña Neira, journalist, and writer, lives in Copiapó, in northern Chile, in a valley in the middle of the Atacama desert. She specialized in narrative journalism. Also, she is the author of the books of chronicles "Waves of clay," "They live in our memory," "Ancestral knowledge of the Colla people," and co-author of "Historias del Río Copiapó." Jessica has her own blog and studied Journalism and human rights at the Inter-American Court of Human Rights, Investigative Journalism at the Unesco GMDF program against impunity for attacks on journalists, and Narrative Journalism in Argentina. She has worked in several media from her country; She recently was editor of the Diario Atacama, where she wrote local and national impact news.