About

I'm Tiffani and I'm the snarky creator and author of Coffee Rhetoric. In addition to just being me (a strenuous, but rewarding job that requires a high-level of expertise) and writing for my own catharsis, I am also the Media Coordinator for a non-profit organization and the Digital Content Editor for a media property.

While I'm not a talking head and prefer to stay behind-the-scenes, on occasion, I have been asked to lend my voice to some issue and was mentioned in the New York Times, have offered commentary on HuffPost Live, have been on a couple of panels, and was a guest commentator on one or two radio shows

I get most of my inspiration and superpowers from copious amounts of strong coffee and glasses of robust (preferably Spanish) red wine. 

Coffee Rhetoric is my personal blog platform and has been online since 2004 (when Yahoo! forums were still poppin'). These days (when I have time), I mostly write opinion pieces about women, pop-culture, film, and race; and talk out loud to myself on Twitter. 


All intellectual property and opinions are mine (Tiffani's) unless explicitly stated otherwise.

8 comments:

KohlEyes said...

Good for you! Glad to see the official "about" page. And it's quirky too! I'd expect nothing less... :)

JANET DAVENPORT said...

Nice to see your work.

emeralda said...

It's exciting to see you've come so far! I remember the good old days when we just started blogging. Yay!

Tiff Jones said...

Hi emeralda! Long time; so great to see you here though! I remember the good old blogging days... the landscape has changed so much now, with the rise of social media and social networking sites.

I'm surprised I'm still here, cranking away at it. I guess I still have some things to say. Don't be a stranger. ;-)

Jack Tuckner said...

Beautiful writing, so lyrical...

Tiff Jones said...

Hi Jack Tuckner.

Thank you, sir!

Anonymous said...

A persons taste speaks well about their personality. Red spanish wine...
This says the person is very passionate and courageous. If they smile at you, its because they see something about you not everyone has.

Anonymous said...

I am well traveled myself. Im also a fan of nicaraguan and dominican cigars. These pair great with dpsnish red wine, or with a blush or reisling.
What would you suggest to pair with a ribeye steak?