James Vescovi’s stories about his eccentric grandparents have appeared in The New York Times, Alimentum, Newsday, Gazetta Italiana, and various anthologies. The newly published collection is called “Eat Now; Talk Later: 52 True Tales of Family, Feasting and the American Experience.” He teaches high school English and lives in New York. He is married and has three adult children.
‘Mid-August Lunch’ is a humorous yet poignant movie centered on an Italian feast day. It explores aging, food, and relationships.
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