ACWW member and Ricepaper contributor, Alan Woo recently published his first book “Maggie’s Chopsticks” (Kids Can Press) last summer. Last night at the prestigious BC Book Prizes, it won “Christie Harris Illustrated Children’s Literature Prize“.
Ricepaper is a national quarterly magazine devoted to showcasing Asian Canadian artists, writers, performers and innovators since 1995. Ricepaper is published by the Asian Canadian Writers’ Workshop which has assisted Asian Canadian writers in publishing and showcasing their work since … more »
As part of Asian Heritage Month we invite you to an afternoon with a double reading from V6A: Writing in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside (Arsenal Pulp Press: 2012) + Ricepaper Special Aboriginal and Asian Canadian Writers Issue Winter 2012.
V6A is … more »
Showcasing work by prominent as well as emerging Asian Canadian writers, Ricepaper magazine seeks superlative unpublished literary content for our upcoming double-issue, Summer Reading (18.1,2). Ricepaper publishes the freshest poetry, short fiction, creative non-fiction, drama (full plays or excerpts), graphic … more »
I gather alphabetized concepts of
Slice into its heart and
open my veins
I carve Xa’al’s paragraphs onto
trees, pulverized and flattened
Under the flat-white surfaces,
ancestral bones rattle
Play an old game of Lahal
My sticks know these … more »
Cultures, Identities & Voices: An exploratory study on growing up experiences, relationships & sexual health of Asian Young Women in Toronto
- a young woman of Asian (East, Southeast and South Asian) background?
- between the ages of 18 and
As Gandhi once said, if we perform repeated reactionary responses, it disempowers us.
Perhaps this is why the Happy Too Asian conference was organized—to create a space for people to be proactive rather than be reactive. Two years after the … more »