Asian Canadian Literature

SKY Lee

Disappearing Moon Cafe was a stunning debut novel that has become a Canadian literary classic. An...

Lauralyn Chow

Lauralyn Chow's debut, Paper Teeth, follows the lives of the Lees, a Canadian-Chinese family and their...

Hiromi Goto

Since its publication in 1994, Hiromi Goto’s Chorus of Mushrooms has been recognized as a true classic of...

Roy Miki

In this collection of essays edited by the University of Guelph’s Smaro Kamboureli, Roy Miki —poet, scholar, and...

Fred Wah

This story of family and identity, migration and integration, culture and self-discovery is told through family...

Corinna Chong

Half-Asian, half-English teenager Grace (but she’d prefer it if you called her “Gray” instead) is not a perfect...

Roy Kenzie Kiyooka

Transcanada Letters was a landmark when it first appeared in 1975. Almost thirty years later, it remains...

Roy Kenzie Kiyooka

Pacific Rim Letters by Roy Kiyooka at once a document and a creative work, personal meditation and...

Tom Sando

Wild Daisies in the Sand reopens a chapter in Canadian history. This book is a series of diary entries...

Roy Kenzie Kiyooka

In 1993 Mary Kiyooka sat with her son Roy Kiyooka, one of Canada’s most important avant-garde painters, and a tape...