About the Author

Talia Green

Talia Green is a lover of words: a writer, editor, musician, humanitarian. She is a recent honors graduate from Emory University, having earned her BA in English and Creative Writing. Among other notable publications, her work has appeared in SELF Magazine (Condé Nast), A Gathering of the Tribes Magazine, Alloy Literary Magazine, and Jabberwok Review. 

She looks forward to the publication of her first poetry book, Faces and Frames: Thoughts on a Moment, to be released in the fall of 2020.


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recent posts

11/30

What art can we make  from our wreckage, Our astringent rubble?  Pebbles have rattled loose  from our ceiling  under battering from  an overhead storm— they precipitate in shapes,  hail in abstract form,  configure in sharp lines  on our living room floor.  Debris, dislodged  from our rooftop and settled again  at our feet in off-octagons. Bewitching […]

My basement is a treasure cove of two dollar bills and VCR tapes, plastic shelves and comic books, chipped paint from briefcases  that carried, once, important things—   (They were press releases or media prints or my old sketches or letters in my grandfather’s hand.)   My basements stores its history  between knick knacks— there, […]

11/25

Laurie’l

a tribute written and performed by Talia, in loving memory of her aunt.

 

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awards

Award Medal

1st place winner

mahatma gandhi
writing contest at
princeton university

Award Medal

1st place winner

roxbury young
playwrights competition

Award Medal

1st place winner

william faulkner literary
competition
one-act playwriting
competition award
("Ink Never Dulls")

Award Medal

NCTE

achievement awards in writing

Award Medal

shakespeare in the burg

one-act playwriting
competition award
("Public Transportation")

Award Medal

shakespeare in the burg

one-act playwriting
competition award
("Ink Never Dulls")

Award Medal

playwrights theatre

New Jersey governor's
award Talia Green for her
play "Ink Never Dulls" in
the nj young playwrights
competition

Award Medal

2015 national silver award in poetry "Past"

9 Regional Awards (2015)

Gold Key (Poetry - "Past")
Silver Key (Writing Portfolio)
Silver Key (Poetry - "Billboards")
Silver Key(Poetry - "Status Update-8:57pm")
Silver Key (Critical Essay - "We are still looking down")
Honorable Mention (Poetry -"Anchored Defeat")
Honorable Mention(Poetry - "Fourth")
Honorable Mention(Poetry - "Subject Regimen")
Honorable Mention(Dramatic Script - "Ink Never Dulls")