Nicaragua Way Reviews

Nicaragua Way Reviews Here are Nicaragua Way reviews by readers of my book. Thank you all! By Sheila Jordan Fighting depression after the loss of an election sounds familiar to today’s landscape. Something similar frames the plot of Nina Serrano’s … Continue reading

Nina Serrano, Reborn at 82

Writing Nicaragua Way: A Romance Historical Novel about Nicaragua and San Francisco At age 82, I have published my first novel, a romance historical novel, Nicaragua Way. There is an old saying that “Just when the caterpillar thought the world was … Continue reading

The Play “The Story of Ethel and Julius Rosenberg” is now available

The Script: From Writing Though Production We are republishing this blog post today (October 17, 2016) which originally was posted in 2013 when we first made the play available on the website. Recently, the CBS 60 Minutes program featured an interview with … Continue reading

Playwright’s Journey by Nina Serrano

How “The Story of Ethel and Julius Rosenberg” Came to Be The “The Story of Ethel and Julius Rosenberg” is a play I co-authored in 1976. My journey to creating the script began years before. In 1953, when I was an 18 … Continue reading

Latin History for Morons, A Review by Nina Serrano

Laughing through Tears on La Raza Chronicles, KPFA fm. Click here to listen to Nina Serrano’s Review It was an exciting premiere- an opening night at a local theater, The Berkeley Rep, featuring a Hollywood star, John Leguizamo in a solo … Continue reading

Nicaragua Way, A Novel by Nina Serrano

Nicaragua Way: An International Novel of Love and Revolution set in the 1980s Now Available as a Paperback and eBook. Nicaragua Way tells the story of Lorna Almendros, a San Francisco Nicaraguan-American poet, passionately engaged in supporting revolutionary struggles in Latin … Continue reading

Happy International Womens Day 2016

Happy International Womens Day 2016 to All Women and Men Greetings on this glorious International Womens Day 2016 that so many struggled for since the loss of the woman-centered civilizations and cultures millenniums ago. Yes, scholars, anthropologists, theoreticians and dreamers say that … Continue reading

Monarch Butterflies: My First New Year’s Resolution

My First New Year’s Resolution 2016 I went with my family and friends to see the monarch butterflies The few there were fluttered in the sunlight gaining the strength to fly on newly sprouted wings My great-grandchildren looked at them … Continue reading

Tahui! A Poem for Francisco X. Alarcon

By Nina Serrano, inspired by Francisco’s dedication to poetry I wrote this poem when I heard that Francisco X. Alarcon was being considered for future state Poet Laureate of California. I haven’t been writing as many poems or blog posts … Continue reading

KPFA Honors Nina Serrano, Avotcja, and Jennifer Stone

International Women’s Day, March 8, 2015 KPFA-94.1fm, Community-powered radio went all out for International Women’s Day 2015. The volunteer organizers, led by Vylma V., scheduled 24 hours of woman-produced radio programming but in their enthusiasm produced 25 hours of continuous … Continue reading