Martha Nelle Pskowski is a bilingual freelance journalist based in Mexico City. She reports on the politics of urban and environmental change in the Americas. Martha has reported from Latin America since 2014.
Her work has appeared in The Guardian, The New Republic, Sierra, City Lab and over a dozen other publications. The International Women in Media Foundation and the James W. Foley Foundation have supported her reporting.
Martha is a former Fulbright fellow.
- Yale E360: Indigenous Maize- Who Owns the Rights to Mexico’s ‘Wonder’ Plant?24 July, 2019
- ArchPaper: SO – IL is building a social housing prototype in the heart of Mexico24 July, 2019
- The Verge: Deaths and injuries don’t slow Uber Eats’ rapid expansion in Mexico6 July, 2019
- Metropolis: Esrawe Studio Designs Félix Candela–Inspired Lights12 June, 2019
- CityLab: The Restaurant at the Center of a Gentrification War6 June, 2019
- Disegno: Interpreting Mexico’s native corn harvest18 April, 2019
- Dissent: Mexican Labor Reawakens4 April, 2019
- Culinary Backstreets: Mexico City State of the Stomach 20194 April, 2019
- Metropolis: Taller TO Explores Movement in Architecture on Mexico City’s Unsteady Ground4 April, 2019
- CityLab: Mexico’s ‘Mayan Train’ Is Bound for Controversy25 February, 2019
- Mongabay: Deforestation and mining threaten a monarch butterfly reserve in Mexico28 January, 2019
- The Guardian: Zombie clunkers- has your local bus been resurrected in Guatemala?24 January, 2019