Interviews

Season’s Readings

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We’re making a list… checking it twice… celebrating all that’s the naughty & nice. And Amy Beth welcomes back author Andrew Cotto for a creative conversation about his latest novel, Cucina Tipica: An Italian Adventure.  Plus our usual hoopla:  we take on the chaotic cultural cacophony, Inspiration to Action shout-outs, humor, music & more! Tweet 24/7 @abwrites #BigStory #Forgotten45s Call during show ONLY…

Aperitivo Chat with Andrew Cotto, Author of Cucina Tipica

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Ciao Andrew! It has been a pleasure reading your novel, Cucina Tipica, about my favorite topics – food, wine & Italy. I’d love to take this opportunity to ask you a few questions so we can all get to know you a little better. We have a lot in common, a love of Italy, food, writing…

EPISODE 21: ANDREW COTTO, AWARD WINNING AUTHOR, ON LIVING IN ITALY

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BIO of ANDREW COTTO As most Italian-Americans, Andrew Cotto has an affinity with food and wine. His family was always on the move because of his father’s work as a musician which made him acquainted with the expat life. Andrew grew up to be an award-winning author of the Outerborough Blues, the Domino Effect and…

Episode 58: Andrew Cotto

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We have done several interviews here on the Total Tuscany Podcast. This being the 58th episode we have introduced you to fascinating people who make Tuscany so unique. With no disrespect to our previous guests, our discussion with Andrew Cotto just might be our favorite. Why do you ask? Well, there are a number of reasons, but…

[Thoughts on the Table – 78] A Chat with Award-winning Author Andrew Cotto

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  Andrew Cotto is an award-winning American writer of Italian descent. His latest novel titled Cucina Tipica tells the fascinating adventure of a young American who falls in love with Tuscany and with the culture of its people. Naturally, food and wine end up setting the pace and become deeply entrenched in the story. I was humbled…