Celebrate the solstice with local poets and musicians at a fundraiser for kids in need. Hosted by Pandora’s Collective and Dead Poet’s Reading Society.
Wednesday, December 10, 7-9:30pm, at The Cottage Bistro, 4468 Main Street, Vancouver.
Features Evelyn Lau, … more »
Join us at Book Warehouse at Main Street and King Edward on Tuesday November 18 at 7pm to celebrate the launch of “Dolphin SOS” by Roy Miki, Salvia Miki, and Julie Flett.
There will be reading, Q&A, book signing, and … more »
Join us at the book launch of Cycling with the Dragon, Elaine Woo’s new book of poems. Hosted by Ariadne Sawyer and Grace Woo, the book launch will feature Wanda John-Kehewin, Yilin Wang and Jonina Kirton as readers.
The second annual literASIAN: A Festival of Pacific Rim Asian Canadian Writing was successfully held on October 9-12 in Vancouver and Richmond. ACWW and the Canadian literary community was proud to invite 13 featured writers to perform readings, conduct seminars … more »
True or False:
1) Doretta Lau used to volunteer with Ricepaper Magazine.
2) Nancy Lee spent four months in France as a writer-in-residence.
3) Kevin Chong has a great attention span.
4) Tom Cho’s favourite movie is Dirty … more »
Consider this your exclusive invite to a thought-provoking and entertaining night of words.
Four vanguards of the Asian literary scene assemble at Pulpfiction Books (2422 Main Street, Vancouver) to read passages from their latest novels and publications. Join … more »
“He was like a reed of some kind, a musical instrument or a plant, you know, it’s the same kind of wavering and receptive to every nuance in you,” writer Michael Ondaatje.
The twentieth anniversary of the death of the …...
Tom Cho is a tease. He teases. (I tease.)
Yes, that’s him on the cover of his debut short story collection, Look Who’s Morphing. Is that his real hair? What’s that mark on his face? Is that a … more »
Norman Cornett’s “dialogic” style of teaching made him the subject the NFB documentary Professor Norman Cornett: ‘Since when do we divorce the right answer from an honest answer?’ (trailer).
He led three dialogic sessions on writer Madeleine … more »
There are two ways to say “thank you” in Cantonese Chinese: “M’goi” and “Doh jeh.” Which you use depends on context. Context is what the upcoming Centre A exhibit is about: M’goi/Do Jeh: Sites, Rites and Gratitude.
Part of … more »