On Monday, October 28th, 2013 at 7:00 p.m, join authors Jane Silcott, Kate Braid, Cathy Stonehouse, and Fiona Tinwei Lam (who contributed to Ricepaper 18.1) for a boundary-pushing evening of discussion and readings about the dynamic … more »
Although Toronto is one of the world’s largest public film festivals, this status belies the paradigm shift it has undergone since the 1990s, when it plugged itself into the global film industry by launching Hollywood films ahead of the US … more »
Kore-eda Hirokazu’s latest film involves an incident that would top the list of worst nightmares among parents if only it was more common. Two families learn that their 6-year-old boys were swapped at birth. The hospital is on the hook … more »
Toronto’s most celebrated annual film festival runs 5-15 September 2013 and will screen more than 360 films from 70 countries across 15 programs. Known more for its launch platform for American films as the fall award season begins in the … more »...
Ricepaper contributors Kim Fu and Elaine Woo team up for the 1st ever Ricepaper Haiku Death Match. Kim Fu and Elaine Woo will read their favourite poetry pieces and along side Ricepaper editors, Kristin Cheung and Anna Ling Kaye, … more »
Publication Date: Fall 2013 Issue
Submission deadline: September 22, 2013
Are you passionate about literature? Do you want to contribute and be a part of your local arts community? Do you identify with the Pacific Rim Asian diaspora and Canadian
This Friday, August 23rd at the Summer Dreams Literary Festival Award Night, Ricepaper Magazine will be receiving the Magazine Award from Pandora’s Collective as a magazine publisher who continues to support novice and established writers alike. The award will be … more »
Here’s something awesome for you Ricepaper readers: Media Artist Nicholas Hanna built a tricycle that can also paint Chinese characters on the ground as it moves, just — because.
Water Calligraphy has a long history in China, normally characterized by … more »
The Historic Joy Kogawa House Society has a new 2013 writer-in-residence, Ava Homa, who they will introduce during one of several events this July. Ava Homa was exiled from Kurdistan-Iran in 2007 and is among the few Kurdish women authors … more »