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

Space & Time #138 LIVES

Just a quick heads up between projects to inform everyone that the Autumn issue of #138 is live on Amazon, right here. This was a good issue for me. It was the first issue I enjoyed putting together this year. … Continue reading

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“Paper Cuts” on PoetryNook

PoetryNook Day and as I’m swamped this week with publishing stuff, time to dig in the vault and see what I have laying around. I’m rewarded with a poem I wrote last month for Nina D’Arcangela‘s monthly Ladies of Horror … Continue reading

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Happy Anniversary, Mr. Smith! Shadow’s Lament

The latest issue of Space and Time is uploaded to Amazon and waiting on their approval, so now it’s time to turn my attention to the next project: Shadow’s Lament by Ryan Aussie Smith. Now this may seem like a … Continue reading

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Black Cranes Release Day!

Black Cranes is officially on sale today and there’s already a lot going on from a breathtaking review by K. M. EDWARDS at Gingernuts of Horror, a video Zoom panel recording with many of the Cranes (including me and my … Continue reading

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On Black Cranes from Lee Murray, part 2

Continuing our campfire conversation over at Gingernuts of Horror, Lee Murray does a good job keeping the Black Cranes up past midnight to discuss their favorite things… namely writing, and dark writing. Get comfortable because even though the evening is halfway … Continue reading

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On Black Cranes from Lee Murray, part 1

Lee Murray gathered all the Cranes around a campfire over at Gingernuts of Horror so we can talk about how we tap our inner monsters for our work—and this is just part one of a special three-part article series from … Continue reading

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Elgin Award Winners for 2020

The Elgin Awards, named for Science Fiction and Fantasy Poetry Association founder Suzette Haden Elgin, are presented annually by SFPA for books published in the preceding two years in two categories, Chapbook and Book. Chapbooks must contain 10-39 pages of … Continue reading

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“Chupacabra Love” on PoetryNook

It’s PoetryNook Monday! It’s been pointed out to me that PoetryNook no longer pays cash prizes but I still plan on trying to submit a new poem each week. It’s a low-stress way to build my inventory and try out … Continue reading

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Interview with Allen Thobois

How many times have I said behind every amazing manuscript there is an amazing editor?  No matter how good we are as writers, we are all blind to our own mistakes. That’s why it’s so important to have a second … Continue reading

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“Spitting Words” on PoetryNook

Writing a new poem each week for PoetryNook was a good discipline. At most poets can win a generous sum of cash for their work and some feedback. At the least, you have a new poem each week. Since I … Continue reading

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