Best Canadian Sports Writing, available via ECW Press.
As the year winds down, please consider this a friendly reminder that Sarah had multiple stories published in the Best Canadian Sports Writing anthology put out by ECW Press in the fall.
There’s a more detailed explanation of what’s in the book at the ECW site.
You should probably buy it.
Star Wars: The Last Jedi
Star Wars: The Last Jedi isn’t all about Porgs and neat special effects. The cast put in a lot of work, in particular, a lot of martial arts training work.
Sarah looked into what some of the actors behind characters like Rey, Phasma and Finn had to go through to prepare for the film.
To read the story head over to Asian World Of Martial Arts by clicking here.
The Last Dragon
There’s a crowdfunding push to finance a sequel to 1985 film, The Last Dragon.
The original movie’s star Taimak/Leroy Green is one of the supporters of the campaign.
Sarah wrote about this for Asian World Of Martial Arts.
To read more go here.
Bruce Lee art show
An art show inspired by Bruce Lee recently took place in San Francisco.
Sarah used this event to dig a bit into other Lee-related culture as well, including the multiple museums dedicated to the movie and martial arts master.
To read more about it head to Asian World Of Martial Arts by clicking here.
Rose Namajunas wins at UFC 217
The title fight wins by Georges St-Pierre and Rose Namajunas at UFC 217 recently weren’t just exciting victories. They were exciting victories for those who care about the dignity of mixed martial arts.
The pair both used their wins to talk about bringing respect back to the sport. It’s arguably something that was missing during the short blip that was the Conor McGregor cut-rate pro wrestler period.
Sarah wrote about this all for Asian World Of Martial Arts.
To read her post go here.
At this point it’s pretty obvious the Black Panther movie is going to be amazing.
It’s also probably going to have great fight sequences.
Sarah explained why in a piece for Asian World Of Martial Arts.
To read it click here.
Legendary martial arts actor Jackie Chan is 63 years old now.
While that’s not necessarily old, it’s old for an action movie star.
Lucky for us, Chan seems to have a plan for his next act.
Sarah wrote about it for Asian World Of Martial Arts.
To read her story go here.