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Ricepaper magazine is a Canadian magazine which showcases Asian Canadian literatureculture, and arts. It first began in 1994 as a newsletter for the Asian Canadian Writers’ Workshop (ACWW) – eight pages which were photocopied back-to-back and stapled together. Ricepaper was a way for ACWW members to communicate amongst each other as well as celebrate each other’s successes. ACWW, a non-profit organization, continues to publish Ricepaper today.

From these humble beginnings, Ricepaper became a quarterly magazine that was distributed coast-to-coast, publishing the new voices coming out of the Asian Canadian arts and literary community. Ricepaper continues to be the only Canadian literary magazine of its kind with an Asian Canadian perspective.
Founded: 1994
Location: Vancouver, BC
Format: Print
Issues/yr: 4 
Submissions through Submittable are preferred.

If you prefer hard copy submissions, please mail to:

Ricepaper magazine
PO Box 74174 Hillcrest RPO
Vancouver, BC
V5V 5C8

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Genres Published: Fiction, Poetry, Reviews
Subgenres: Drama, Graphic Novel, Translation
Unsolicited Submissions: 
Yes
Simultaneous Submissions: Yes
Electronic Submissions: 
Yes
Reading Period: All year
Payment: Yes
Guidelines: ricepapermagazine.ca/submit
Ricepaper publishes the freshest poetry, short fiction, creative non-fiction, drama (full plays or excerpts), graphic novel and translation by Asian Canadians, for Asian Canadians. We accept writing from authors of all cultural backgrounds, however, content should contain themes pertinent to the Asian Canadian demographic.