About the Author Batt Johnson is an Argentine tango dancer and college professor who has worked as a communication consultant, award-winning actor, award-winning music radio DJ/producer and writer. He wrote a monthly column for ReporTango magazine and is the author of three published books on subjects ranging from acting and public speaking to jazz. He was a music writer and host for "Only One New York," a weekly television show on PBS, a national music video host and writer for MTV's "VH-1 Music Television" and wrote the liner notes for many professional tango musician's CDs. He studied tango dancing in both North and South America with some of the most influential and celebrated tango dancers and teachers of our time. Batt has taught in dance schools and many outdoor events, directed, acted, wrote and danced in tango plays, tango films and has organized milongas. He has a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Social Theory and Media Studies. His Master of Arts Degree is in Communication Arts & Sciences with a focus in television. Batt Johnson will forever remain a lifelong student of tango dance and tango music.