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 exploring the beautiful juxtapositions of black womanhood. I was fascinated by Aseloka’s unique narrative style, so I was really excited to discuss her process on the show. We cover everything from the very first seed of her idea, through its development in the Google Podcast Creator Program, all the way through publishing and beyond!
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Nice to hear from someone who went thru the Google Creator Program. I feel like those kinda things make a big splash at first and after they’ve chosen the participants, we never hear from them again.
Yeah I loved hearing about her process with the program. Sounded so cool!