Tiffany Lee Brown
Tiffany Lee Brown, known to most simply as “T,” lives and works in the pines near Sisters, Oregon. A writer, editor, mom, and interdisciplinary artist, T believes in real relationships, depth content, and community journalism.
Author of A Compendium of Miniatures, T has written for magazines and journals including Wired, Oregon Humanities, Bust, Utne, Tin House, and Bookforum, along with various books and blogs. An editor of Plazm magazine for 15 years, she was previously editor in chief of Signum Press and senior editor of Anodyne.
T has worked with commercial clients including NBC-Universal, Nike, Samsung, and New Line Cinemas. As Senior Writer for the interactive agency Organic in New York, she was writer/editor of the musician Sting’s first website.
T especially enjoys helping nonprofits and small businesses find their voices, build editorial brands, and develop depth content. Recent clients in Central Oregon have included Sisters Farmers Market, Bend Design, Kid Made Camp, and Scalehouse, a nonprofit organization for creatives. Other favorites have included Fort George Brewery in Astoria, Pacific Northwest College of Art in Portland, and the Joko Project in Senegal, West Africa.
These days T writes a column called “In the Pines” for her small-town newspaper, The Nugget, where she also edits the “Kids in Print” project. The Oregonian, Cascade Business News, Willamette Week, Portland Mercury, The Bend Bulletin, and Bay Guardian are among the newspapers that have featured her work over the years.
T loves reading Tarot, writing poetry, and wandering the woods. Most recently, her poems have appeared in The Moon magazine and in the journal The Opiate. She’s also the instigator of “Tea & Poetry,” which featured State of Oregon poet laureate Kim Stafford as a haiku contest judge. Learn more at her personal website, tiffanyleebrown.com