Susana Ferreira is a Portuguese-Canadian freelance reporter, producer, and writer for magazines and film. She spent four years based in Port-au-Prince, Haiti as a correspondent for Reuters and stringer for Time, CBC, PRI, and other outlets. She won the inaugural Matthew Power Literary Reporting Award, administered by NYU, for a long-form story about drug decriminalization in Portugal. She has filed breaking news and deeply-reported literary nonfiction from throughout the world for
the Believer, Columbia Journalism Review, Foreign Policy, the Guardian, and the Wall Street Journal. She speaks five languages — six, if you count "Toronto English."