Parmar’s poems explore a range of topics, from childhood recollections of her home in India, to the beauty of the Canadian prairies, to her personal journey, alongside her mother, through Alzheimer’s.
“These three works are thoughtful, provocative, and ultimately hope-filled visions about the kind of place they see Nanaimo becoming through planning and action,” said Julie Bevan, manager of culture and events.
“The rap music started to fuel my anger. It started to allow me to let out my aggression and I started to love it — I started to develop.”

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