Posts tagged "books"
Pushing the Boundaries: Women, Memoir and the Radical Essay

Pushing the Boundaries: Women, Memoir and the Radical Essay

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 »

Miah: Short Stories Collection Reading

Miah: Short Stories Collection Reading

Author Julia Lin will be reading her book Miah this weekend on May 5th at Taiwanese Cultural Centre, as well as on May 18th at Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden. Miah, Taiwanese for “fate”, is a collection of more »

The Skeletons in the Family Closet in Lydia Kwa's Pulse

The Skeletons in the Family Closet in Lydia Kwa’s Pulse

Book Review
Published in 15.4

Pulse, the latest novel by Lydia Kwa, opens on a summer’s day in 2007 when Natalie receives a letter at home in Toronto. “The par avion envelope with its border of red and blue … more »

Shutterbox: A Photo a Day

Shutterbox: A Photo a Day

Ricepaper Shutterbox, a new photo blog, will explore how photography defines our world. Inspired by the 365 Photo Challenge, we aim to feature images at least three times a week, sometimes from our staff , sometimes from local photographers, more »

Reading Robson Series

Living Under Plastic by Evelyn LauRay Hsu "Cold Sleep Permanent Midnight"

Date: Thursday, February 24 2011
Time: 1:00pm – 2:00pm

“Automaton Biographies”: A Poetry Reading by Larissa Lai

In case you missed it in person, you can see  Larissa’s Lai’s “Automaton Biographies” book launch video here:

Larissa Lai reads “Rachel” from Canadian Literature on Vimeo.

About Automaton Biographies:

Automaton Biographies is the first full-length solo poetry book … more »

The Humanity of Ha Jin’s “A Good Fall”

A Book Review by David Chau

The characters in Ha Jin’s latest collection of short stories, A Good Fall, are suspended between desire and obligation, their personal freedoms often impaired by a debt  from the past. Entering the stories …

Denise Chong’s “Egg on Mao”: A Book Reading at the Vancouver Public Library

By Patricia Lim

Denise Chong, author of The Concubine’s Children and The Girl in the Picture had a book reading of her latest book, Egg on Mao at the Central Branch of the Vancouver Public Library last night before an … more »