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JACQUELINE CIOFFA

Author. Advocate. Poet. Humanist.

Jacqueline Cioffa was an international model for 17 years and celebrity makeup artist. She is a dog lover, crystal collector, and Stone Crab enthusiast. Bestselling author of the riveting memoir, The Red Bench: A Descent and Ascent into Madness, and the soul-stirring saga, The Vast Landscape and Georgia Pine, Jacqueline’s work has also been widely featured in numerous literary magazines, and anthologies. She’s a storyteller, observer, essayist, poet, potty mouth, and film lover who’s traveled the world. Living with Manic Depression, she believes passionately in using her voice to advocate and inspire others.

Jacqueline has been featured in TV, radio, literary magazines and magazine articles as well as online forums, including Bridge Street TV, Spectrum News, Fox, Good Day Rochester, Soul-Full Sessions Podcast, The Mighty, BadRedhead Media, and Top 5, Jacqueline Cioffa / I Want To Be Her.

Author Site: Jacqueline Cioffa at jacquelinecioffa.com
Jacqueline writes the column “Bleeding Ink,” with Feminine Collective

Follow Jacqueline on INSTAGRAM: @jacquelinecioffa 

TWITTER: https://twitter.com/JackieCioffa 

FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/authorjackiecioffa 

AMAZON AUTHOR PAGE: http://amazon.com/author/jacquelinecioffa

 

4 Comments

  1. […] Jacqueline Cioffa was an international model for 17 years and celebrity makeup artist. She is a dog lover, crystal collector and Stone Crab enthusiast. Her work has been featured in Brainstorms, the Anthology and numerous literary magazines. Living with manic depression, Jacqueline is an advocate for mental health awareness. She’s a storyteller, observer, essayist, potty mouth and film lover who’s traveled the world. […]

  2. We do a creative writer’s program at the Carriage House behind the Cayuga Museum bi-monthly for the spring and summer. After reading the article in the Citizen and checking out you web-site, I think you might be interesting as a featured presenter. We’re booked until Spring of 2020. This week,we have educator, historian and author of nine books, Tony Gero. If you’re out stop by. Doors open at 5:30, program begins at 6.

    • Hello Ron,

      Thank you for thinking of me for the Carriage House. Please email me with more details at choff777@aol.com at your convenience. My apologies for missing Tony Gero. Hope it was a fantastic turnout!

      Best,
      Jackie

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