Tag Archives: Jacqueline Cioffa

Advance Praise for The Shape of Us by Jacqueline Cioffa

“Beauty lies in truth, hardcore, from the depths of the soul. Jacqueline Cioffa’ takes us there, brave, raw & unfiltered.” – Sandra Bernhard PRAISE “Jacqueline Cioffa has bestowed upon women a gift that is for each stage of their lives. The Shape of Us is for the mothers with daughters as well as daughters with mothers—a complicated relationship …

A FEMINIST EXTRAVAGANZA An Evening of Wild Feminist Readings at Auburn Public Theater with featured guests, including Jacqueline Cioffa

In celebration of the 2020 Centennial for Women’s Suffrage, Auburn Public Theater presented two nights of feminist readings & performances from some of the most wildly talented female writers & performing artists, both locally and regionally in CNY. I was incredibly honored and grateful to read poetry from my forthcoming book, The Shape of Us …

#Author Diaries – Christy Lynn Abram, author of Little Miss Somebody

#AUTHOR DIARIES IS PLEASED TO WELCOME CHRISTY LYNN ABRAM, GRAVITY IMPRINT AUTHOR OF Little Miss Somebody. Christy Lynn Abram is an Author, poet and Wholistic Muse. Through her books, workshops and insightful articles, Christy inspires others to find peace after trauma. Look for Little Miss Somebody’s release with Gravity Imprint in the spring. Read more about her eclectic …