The Unconsciousness of An Ethiopian Princess College Days of Future Past

The Unconsciousness of an Ethiopian Princess College Days of Future Past is a wonderful collection of poetry from first time author Talisha Harrison. Inspired by her experiences during her undergraduate career, Talisha takes the reader through the different stages of college life in a funny, light-hearted but relating manner. More

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Words: 4,430
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301630103
About Talisha Harrison

Talisha Harrison who also goes by Tali Adina is a writer from Longwood, Florida.

She has written over 500 hundred poems to date. Her first poetry book was published in 2006 at her community college’s print shop.

In 2000, she graduated high school and in 2003 graduated with honors from Seminole Community College. In December of 2006, Talisha graduated with honors from the University of Central Florida, majoring in Liberal studies with a minor in Health Sciences.

Tali was introduced to comics by watching a few kids play the X-Men arcade game at the ice skating rink that the summer camp she attended took her to. Her love of comics grew as she watched animated programs such as X-Men and Batman the Animated Series. After watching Dragon Ball Z and Sailor Moon, Tali fell in love not only with anime & manga, but also with the Japanese culture at large.

In 2012, her first comic book script “Defect Light to Combat the Darkness” was accepted to the women-created comic book anthology Womanthology: Heroic created by Renae De Liz. She was paired with artist Kelly Turnbull. She also wrote a one page story for the Womanthology Holiday PDF & Valentine’s Day special with artist Brenda Kirk titled “Don’t Let the Light Go Out” and “June”. In 2013 two of her stories were published in Grayhaven Comics’ The Gathering Comic All Women’s 2 and Crime anthologies.

Tali was formerly an Editor, Assistant Editor and Marketer at Affinity Press and also the editor and creator of Kehila Magazine, an online quarterly magazine for Jews of Color. She’s also contributed articles and news stories to,,,, & She’s already self-published four books with two more on the way.

Currently, Tali works at her alma mater while continuing to write poems, and stories that she hopes to publish in the future. She also is a news writer and creator of the column “Musings of a Blerd” on

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