Flight 182 Meditations review - Vancouver Observer

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Review by the Vancouver Observer, 2015-09-09
from http://www.vancouverobserver.com/culture/weve-assembled-hot-collection-music-released-across-british-columbia-summer?page=0%2C1

"With eerie sonic overlays, spoken word, and original music, Flight 182 Meditations makes the 1985 bombing of Air India flight 182 real in ways no amount of archival testimony and documentation can. Poet Renée Sarojini Saklikar’s aunt and uncle were among the dead, so Meditations is also an “exploration into the nature of individual loss found in the midst of collective suffering…”


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