Welcome to my Poetry Performance page where you can find audio and video poetry performances about many themes including the environment, women, and the Latino/USA community. My first leap into dance poetry is also here and I hope to do more of this.
Nina Serrano at Eliminate Violence Against Women and Girls poetry performance with Paul Bertin on sax.
As my poetry performances become audio or video presentations, my expressions expand through collaboration with musicians, poets, film makers, dancers and other creative people working in the technology of the web.
The I will be adding new audio and video recordings as they become available of my poetry performances in the San Francisco Bay Area. To catch my live performances, click on my calendar or scroll to the bottom of the side bar to the right where the calendar also appears.
Reviewing the past reveals its relevance The Mission Story is about my arrival in the barrio in 1961 when I first began gathering impressions that became the setting for my historical novel, Nicaragua Way which is set in the Mission district of San Francisco … Continue reading →
“Women I Know” and “I Am So Visible” by Nina Serrano Women I Know and I Am So Visible from Nina Serrano. THE STORY BEHIND “I AM SO VISIBLE” Performing my poems celebrating International Women’s Month with Sascha Jacobsen’s … Continue reading →
Learning to See in Darkness You are learning to see in darkness Moving by feel Your skin an antenna Goose bumps signal when you find a live wire Words electrify the spirit with a flash of light illuminating the pathway … Continue reading →
Dance Poetry: A Moving Experience (Scroll down for the video.) Dance Poetry is an ancient form but new to me. On April 19, 2013 I had the thrilling experience of reciting my poem with the inter-generational dance company, Dance Generators, as … Continue reading →
Menopause: Red Flower of the Last Blood, a Poem by Nina Serrano Today’s women’s movement brings menopause and menstruation into the global conversation about life, health and sexuality. This poem describes the experience from the inside from my personal female … Continue reading →
On a beautiful day in Oakland California, I participated in March Against Monsanto Rally, happening simultaneously worldwide. I was excited because I’d prepared a poem for the event that would finally free me from reading a piece of paper. For … Continue reading →