My newest book, Tango, an Argentine Love Story (a travel memoir of my living in Buenos Aires) has just been published. I have written for many publications (on food, travel, fitness), including Islands, Country Living, Yoga Journal, VIA Magazine (where I was a staff editor for 17 years), the New York Times, San Francisco Chronicle, Los Angeles Times, and Washington Post. I am the editor of Seal Press anthologies, "love stories" on France, Italy, Mexico, and Greece. I am the author of several cookbooks and one novel. My short story, Plot Theory, won third place in the 2006 Kurt Vonnegut short fiction contest and was published in the North American Journal. I am currently doing book signing events for Tango (see my Web site - www.camillecusumano.com for details).
My father and mother: Charles and Carmela, my sisters and brothers: Jim, Terry, Chuck, Grace, Tommy, Lisa, Tina, Donna; Grandma Catalano; Sister Ellen Dominic. Toni Morrison, Giuseppe Tomasi di Lampedusa, Proust, Aurore Dupin, John Kennedy Toole, Marguerite de Navarre, Louise Erdrich, and Rabelais, among many others.
Tango, an Argentine Love Story (Seal Press)
Seal Press (Division of Perseus Books)
Tango, yoga, swimming in SF Bay, travel, travel, travel (Latin America, Italy, France, Alaska, Hawaii, the Wild West); hiking, backpacking (which is now an extreme sport given I'm over 50); studying Zen and sitting long meditations; chanting for world peace and the end of all suffering; food and wine; attending my family reunions; reading, writing, conversing with stimulating folk . . . sleeping long hours. . .
environmental protection - women's reproductive rights - economic justice
San Francisco Zen Center
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