Author Archives: Angela Yuriko Smith

About Angela Yuriko Smith

Angela Yuriko Smith is an American poet, publisher and author. Her first collection of poetry, In Favor of Pain, was nominated for an 2017 Elgin Award. Her latest novella, Bitter Suites, is a 2018 Bram Stoker Awards® Finalist. Currently, she publishes Space and Time magazine, a 53 year old publication dedicated to fantasy, horror and science fiction. For more information visit SpaceandTimeMagazine.com or AngelaYSmith.com.

Jason Silva: THE CREATIVE BLOCK AND IMPOSTOR SYNDROME

What I needed to hear today…

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“Band Aid” Accepted for The Siren’s Call eZine

I’m happy to announce that my short story, “Band Aid,” has found a home. It will appear in issue #44 of The Sirens Call eZine. I’ll post news when this is available to read. “Band Aid” is the result of a prompt … Continue reading

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The Week of a Lifetime and Other News

It’s going to be busy from now until mid-May! Radio shows, book signings, StokerCon, Suite & Sour… I have so much news to announce. One of the most exciting (to me) is that I have a page as a Bram … Continue reading

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BiblioBoard Benefits Authors, Readers and Libraries

A lot of resources I share here aim to benefit other authors… even though my mind is always on romancing new readers which are often found in libraries. It’s hard to find a post that can offer something to all … Continue reading

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Recharged and Ready… in a minute

Referring to the last post: it’s true I wasn’t dead, but I was a zombie. I took an impromptu vacation from all things computer for the last few days and it’s been lovely. I planted some rescued heather, repaired garden … Continue reading

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Please note: I am NOT dead.

I may have vanished from the face of the planet this week, but please be assured I am not dead. I have been busy behind the scenes playing the editorial equivalent of whack-a-mole with Space and Time. As soon as … Continue reading

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Beyond Space and Time…

Space and Time magazine has left the building! It’s been a long week of layout and proofreading for the magazine, but yesterday it passed the preflight gauntlet and went to the printer. I can’t wait to go pick it up. At … Continue reading

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Why publish? Why not?

I was recently asked in an interview why I publish. I was thrown. It seemed like too big a question for a simple answer. What is joy? Why do we live? Is there a God? Why publish? I answered a … Continue reading

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Space and Time #133 Cover Reveal

Busy, busy finishing up the next issue of Space and Time for proofreading. This will be a special issue to celebrate National Poetry Month in April. This issue is stuffed full of fiction as well—I am so happy with the … Continue reading

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Jamal J. Hodge on Mourning Meal

I’m privileged to have an interview with director and producer Jamal J. Hodge, known for Mourning Meal (2019), A Happy Divorce (2018) and Primal Instinct (2018). His most recent project, Mourning Meal, is inspired by a poem from Linda D. Addison, a four-time recipient of the HWA … Continue reading

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