Creator and host of The Colored Girl Beautiful podcast and the eventually to be resurrected @_regularblack radio podcast; black girl storyteller; elephant enthusiast; #eldermillenial
We're back for season 2! And we've got our first episode we talk to New York Times Bestselling author Morgan Jerkins about coming into her own. This conversation is tiny little sliver of her story so you should definitely check out all of Morgan's writing to learn more!Wandering In Strange LandsThis Will Be My UndoingCaul Baby (Available for Pre-Order)Zora - Online Magazine where Morgan is Senior EditorSupport The PodcastIf you're looking for ways to support the show, head over to our support page for a few suggestions! We appreciated anything you're able to do! https://www.coloredgirlbeautiful.com/supportSign Up for the NewsletterIf you'd like to get an email about new episodes and learn a bit more of the behind the scenes of the show's making, you can subscribe to the newsletter at https://www.coloredgirlbeautiful.comAnd be sure to follow us on social media!http://www.twitter.com/cgbpodcasthttp://www.instagram.com/coloredgirlbeautifulhttp://www.facebook.com/coloredgirlbeautifulGrab a Colored Girl Beautiful T-Shirthttps://store.coloredgirlbeautiful.comLeave us a 5-Star Rating on Podchaser (for all users)https://www.podchaser.com/podcasts/the-colored-girl-beautiful-900868Leave us a 5-Star Rating on Apple Podcasts (for Apple users)https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/colored-girl-beautiful-podcast/id1476346324Host, Creator: Aseloka SmithProducer: Nichole HillCheck out the Original book, The Colored Girl Beautiful, by Emma Azalia Hackleyhttp://www.gutenberg.org/files/31340/31340-h/31340-h.htm*Some links may be affiliate linksSupport this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/the-colored-girl-beautiful/donationsAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
Be sure to tune in to The Colored Girl Beautiful November 24, 2020 for the premiere of Season 2 wherever you get your podcasts!If you'd like to get an email about new episodes and learn a bit more of the behind the scenes of the show's making, you can subscribe to the newsletter at https://www.coloredgirlbeautiful.comAnd be sure to follow us on social media!http://www.twitter.com/cgbpodcasthttp://www.instagram.com/coloredgirlbeautifulhttp://www.facebook.com/coloredgirlbeautifulSupport this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/the-colored-girl-beautiful/donationsAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
We are firmly seated in the United States for this episode. Well, I (Steph) am currently in Tirana, Albania (check https://www.instagram.com/stephfuccio/?hl=en on IG or https://twitter.com/stephfuccio on Twitter for more about this) but my guest, Aseloka Smith of the Colored Girl Beautiful podcast, is in the U.S. With Geopats Podcasting we hope to shake up your podcast creation process by listening to how others use the medium around the world and Aseloka will definitely get your creative juices flowing with what and how she has done The Colored Girl Beautiful. Also inspiring is our sponsor for this episode, Podcorn. They are a marketplace connecting Podcasters to Advertisers. There is more information about their services at 14:23 in this episode but for now I just want to say thanks Podcorn, for the sponsorship.  Although Aseloka was touched by the places in Latin America that she lived earlier in her life, it is time her travel to engage with African-American singer, political activist and the Author of the book The Colored Girl Beautiful (TCGB) that inspired the podcast, E. Azalia Hackley ,  that brings her on the show.Actually, I became aware of Aseloka and her podcast when I saw her on the Podcasters Roundtable. She is one of those people that expresses ideas in such a down to earth and insightful way that I knew I had to meet her. You all know that this podcast is my excuse to meet people I admire, right? There is a link in the show notes to that appearance.  During this conversation, Aseloka and I dig into the emotional, racial and creative layers woven into her podcast. And there are many. We also tap into the practical side of creating a podcast because the fact that Aseloka did the Google Podcast Creators Program, a Master’s degree and worked a full time job while creating season 1 of TCGB is nothing less than amazing and I am pretty sure we can all learn from her. A special shout out needs to go out to Nicole Hill, the Producer of TCGB. You’ll know why after listening to this conversation.   Geopats Podcasting's podcast host is Captivate FM: An insanely Creator oriented hosting service with personality, marketing know how and more. So yea, I highly recommend them. https://my.captivate.fm/signup?ref=geopatsIf you like this episode, feel free to buy me a coffee:https://www.buymeacoffee.com/geopatsThe full show notes are available at: https://www.stephfuccio.com/geopatspodcasting/15
Aseloka Smith and I crossed paths at a virtual meeting of the NYC Podcast Meetup, where I learned about her absolutely gorgeous podcast, The Colored Girl Beautiful, a narrative podcast [...] Continue reading → The post MikeyPod 305 | Podcaster Aseloka Smith appeared first on MikeyPod.
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Episode Count
29
Podcast Count
6
Total Airtime
8 hours, 58 minutes
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Podchaser Creator ID logo 114926