Eat, Dance, Love: Tango Lover's Anthology (Paperback)
Eat, Dance, Love shows what happens to body & soul when unbridled passion meets imagination. This collection of travel stories and personal essays traces the author's burgeoning love of Argentine tango from accidental tanguera to living abroad in South America frequenting Buenos Aires' steamy dance halls and learning a thing or two about life and love, as well as enjoying Argentina's favored folk dance, el tango. Journey with the author through the bustling Porte o streets and tango dance parties, to her eating haunts, and beyond to places in her heart where tango culture has irrevocably taken up residence. A journalist who has long written about adventure and cultural travel the author brings a discerning traveler's eye to tango, the dance, the culture, the art and joy of it.
Camille Cusumano is the author of Tango, an Argentine Love Story (Seal Press, 2008), endorsed by Vipassana teacher Sylvia Boorstein as "a remarkable addition to contemporary dharma literature . . . [that] shows the redemptive potential of a sincere spiritual practice." She has written for numerous publications, including National Geographic Traveler, Islands, Country Living, the San Francisco Chronicle, Los Angeles Times, Christian Science Monitor, the New York Times, and the Washington Post. She is the author of several cookbooks and one novel, The Last Cannoli (Legas) and the editor of the literary anthologies, France, a Love Story, Italy, a Love Story, Mexico, a Love Story, and Greece, a Love Story, (Seal Press) She was a senior editor at VIA Magazine in San Francisco, where she covered travel around the world.