Author Archives: Angela Yuriko Smith

About Angela Yuriko Smith

Angela Yuriko Smith is an American poet, publisher, and author with over 20 years of experience in newspaper journalism. She co-publishes Space and Time magazine with author husband Ryan Aussie Smith. For more information visit SpaceandTime.net

Ryan Aussie Smith on Rabbit Air

We try to drink bottled water and eat organic but there isn’t much to do about our air quality… besides not smoking. This is what I used to think before my husband started working for Rabbit Air, creator of some … Continue reading

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The Final Issue of the Longest Year

The last issue of Space and Time magazine is now available on Amazon here. What a year… and somehow we never missed an issue. This is a testament to all our editors, associate editors, readers, proofers, artists, poets, authors… it … Continue reading

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For the Less Festive of Us, a.k.a. Most of Us

To those of you who are loving the holiday, please stop reading. I respect your festivities and wish you the merriest of whatever you celebrate. I’m genuinely happy that the worst thing you are worrying about this season is slow … Continue reading

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Space and Time Submissions OPEN

It’s that time again! Poetry and prose submissions open until January 2, 2021. Once again we will be using Duotrope‘s submissions manager (Duosuma) for fiction so you can keep up on your submission’s status from your Duotrope account. For fiction … Continue reading

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The Bury Box by Lee Andrew Forman

The Bury Box by Lee Andrew Forman has all the things I love in a classic creepy story. There are evil children, dysfunction and death and all of it takes place in a haunted house that, if I recall correctly, … Continue reading

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From Black Cranes: Little Worm

The final tale in Black Cranes: Tales of Unquiet Women is “Little Worm” by Geneve Flynn, and her second story in the book (“A Pet is for Life” here). Beware, “Little Worm” is intensely creepy. The atmosphere is sinister and oppressive … Continue reading

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From Black Cranes: Frangipani Wishes

The 13th tale in Black Cranes: Tales of Unquiet Women is Lee Murray’s “Frangipani Wishes.” This is her second tale in the book (“Phoenix Claws” here) and the two stories are so different they could have been written by different … Continue reading

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From Black Cranes: The Mark

The second story by Grace Chan in Black Cranes: Tales of Unquiet Women—and the twelfth story of the collection—”The Mark” is quite unlike the last one I read by her (“Of Hunger and Fury” here) but in a good way. … Continue reading

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From Black Cranes: Fury

The eleventh story in Black Cranes: Tales of Unquiet Women is “Fury” by Christina Sng. One of the longer stories in the anthology, this is an exciting run-for-your-life adventure through danger from every angle that hits uncomfortably close to home. … Continue reading

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From Black Cranes: The Ninth Tale

This story in Black Cranes: Tales of Unquiet Women stole my heart from the first sentence when the little fox spirit steals a scalp from a corpse. “The Ninth Tale” by Rena Mason is full of prose as delicate—and deadly—as … Continue reading

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