Satellite Sisters: My First Radio Interview

I finally found a copy of the first radio interview I ever did.  It was for the Satellite Sisters on NPR back in late 2001 I think, just after 9/11.  I was being interviewed for my outlook on being a military spouse.  (listen here: Angela Yuriko (Cato) Smith – Satellite Sisters)

At the time I was a contract writer for and loving it, and the radio interview was an interesting part of that role.  When I listened to it today it made me nostalgic to think of how much my life has changed since then.  I think I can hear a little bit of New Jersey in my voice even, now long replaced by the slower, Southern influenced inflections.

Here’s a little bit of my personal history I can now share with you, thanks to the computer prowess of my daughter Kyra (she converted it for me).  I’ve changed a lot since then… but I still think I sound silly in recordings.

About Angela Yuriko Smith

Angela Yuriko Smith's work has been published in several print and online publications, including the “Horror Writers Association's Poetry Showcase” vols. 2-4, “Christmas Lites” vols. 1-6 and the “Where the Stars Rise: Asian Science Fiction and Fantasy” anthology. She has nearly 20 books of speculative fiction and poetry for adults, YAs and children. Her first collection of poetry, “In Favor of Pain,” was nominated for an 2017 Elgin Award.
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