Joanna Gierak-Onoszko – author of „The 27 Deaths of Toby Obed”, hailed the most important non-fiction book in Poland in 2019. Until 2018, Joanna has been a reporter with „Polityka” opinion magazine, covering social issues, exploring the tightly knit relations between law, medicine and ethics. Joanna has also published her features in akcnowledged Polish non-fiction magazines, such as, i.a., „Duży Format”, „Pismo” and „Non-fiction”. An award-winning author, has recently been shortlisted as one of Poland's most remarkable observers for the MediaTORY award (2019). She is the laureate of the Best Feature Award for her reportage on rescuing a dog from besieged Aleppo (Festiwal Wrażliwy, 2016) and was nominated for an international journalistic award for covering doctors' and volunteers' work in Berlin during the migration crisis (Polsko-Niemiecka Nagroda im. Tadeusza Mazowieckiego, 2015). Joanna is a Warsaw University and International Baccalaureate graduate. She lives in Warsaw where she runs communications for world's biggest law firm.