On the cover of the January 2018 issue of TIME, journalist Frida Kahlo looks at the work she’s been doing for years and how she uses her talent to pay her bills.
Kahlo’s story is a fascinating portrait of the changing world of freelance journalism and it’s also a reminder that it’s a profession that many people think of as “freelance,” but that really is a business that is made up of people.
It’s also why, in 2017, TIME named Kahlo one of its “20 Under 20” people of the year, for her work in covering the intersection of the media and politics.
Kahloes work as a freelancers salary, and she has also become a star on the streets of New York.
She writes for various publications, including The New Yorker, The New York Times, The Atlantic, Vice, and more.
Her work has also appeared in TIME.com and in The New Republic.
She has been featured on Time.com, TIME.org, TIMEmagazine.com in France, TIMEtravel.com (the magazine that has long covered Kahlos travels and the trip that led to the story), TIME.tv, TIMEapp.com.
Time and TIME.ru have published several pieces together about Kahlo.
Kahlon also appears on many of TIME’s digital platforms, including the TIME.
Com mobile site, TIMEwireless.com on the iOS, TIME-mobile.com mobile site and TIME-web.com online, and TIMEmobile.net on the Android platform.
Kahloo is the first American to be awarded the 2018 Pulitzer Prize in Journalism for her cover story on the Trump administration.
Kahlua’s story was first published in The Atlantic.
Kahloe’s work also has been profiled by TIME.ca, TIME, The Washington Post, TIME Magazine, Time.me, and many others.
She is the recipient of numerous honors from organizations including the National Medal of Arts, the Governor’s Medal of Freedom, the Pulitzer Prize for Journalism, the National Endowment for the Humanities, the Martha Gellhorn Humanitarian Award, the Andrew Carnegie Medal of Public Service, the Franklin & Marshall College Fellowship in Journalism, and the David Rockefeller Journalism Award.
KahLO, an alias for Frida Kahlo, was born in Mexico City on November 28, 1961.
She graduated from the University of Chicago in 1976 and was accepted into graduate school in international relations and political science at the University and the School of Foreign Service.
Her journalism work has been translated into Spanish, Portuguese, Chinese, Japanese, and Russian, among other languages.
She was named one of TIME 100 Women in Journalism by the magazine’s editors.
Kahrló has been honored by TIME Magazine and TIME Magazine International for her accomplishments in covering global politics and the intersection between journalism and the arts.
She also has appeared on several TV shows including the Emmy Award-winning “The People v.
O.J. Simpson” and the Emmy and Peabody Award-nominated “The Young Turks.”