About the Author
Talia Green, author of the poetry collection Faces and Frames (Assure Press), is a New York-based writer, editor, and musician. Talia studied Creative Writing at Emory University, and is the recipient of several accolades for her writing, including the Artistine Mann Award, the First Place Award in the William Faulkner Literary Competition, and the First Place Award in the Mahatma Gandhi Writing Contest at Princeton University. Among other publications, her work has appeared in SELF Magazine (Condé Nast), A Gathering of the Tribes Magazine, and Alloy Literary Magazine.
Talia currently resides in New York City. She works as Project Manager of Content Development at Macmillan Learning, lending her editorial and publishing expertise to the development of high-quality learning materials for college students. She is on the editorial team for various industry-leading textbooks, dedicated to developing inclusive, accessible, top-tier learning materials for every learner.
Since 2019, Talia also has built an impressive freelance profile in the writing and editorial space. She has provided content creation and editorial services to various online publications, developing web content, email copy, marketing copy, and more. Talia’s freelance work as a college essay editor and consultant has gained a particularly bright spotlight in recent years, assisting high school students in the brainstorming, writing, and editing of their Common App and supplemental essays. Each of her clients has been admitted to their desired institutions, such as Brown University, Emory University, Tufts University, New York University, and others.
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Learn more about Talia’s poetry book, Faces and Frames (Assure Press): https://assurepress.org/bookstore/facesandframes
Listen to Talia’s latest single, “Epilogue”: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Waa2UguwM4