Friday, 3 May 2013

V6Y Presents! V6A + Rice Paper this Sunday

The Spooncutters: "Midas"
V6A visits V6Y
Richmond Launch
Sponsored by The Asian Canadian Writers Workshop, Aboriginal Canadian Writers Collective West CoastexplorASIAN and Doors Open Richmond

V6Y Presents! V6A Anthology + Rice Paper Magazine 
in performance at the Richmond Cultural Centre.

Spoken word, song and story performance featuring works published in the popular V6A Anthology (edited by John Asfour, Elee Kraljii-Gardiner) and the current, Special Double Issue of Rice Paper Magazine: Aboriginal and Asian Writers (edited by Jim WongChu, Lee Maracle, and Richmond-based author Joanne Arnott.

Alan Hill, MC

V6A in V6Y: This postal code reading is presented as part of a citywide festival, where the doors are thrown open and community members invited in.  Postal Code Readings consist of 5-6 readers and discussions with the audience about neighbourhood issues and any questions the writers or audience have. It is a very informal but deeply affecting format.

Jonina Kirton
Elaine Woo
Patrick Foley
Henry Doyle

RP 17: Contributing artists in performance

Wil George
Daniel Iwama
Jordan Abel
Wanda John-Kehewin
Yilin Wang


The Spooncutters open the day with original song!

Sunday, May 5, noon to 4pm, Richmond Cultural Centre Performance Hall, 7700 Minoru Gate, Richmond BC.  For more information, please find here:

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