Mural Poetry

Not in Our Name / No en nuestro nombre

World reknowned muralist, Juana Alicia, and award-winning poet-playwright, Genny Lim, collaborated on this Mural, Not in My Name, in the hope a permanent Cease Fire will end the genocide in Gaza.

The artists are seeking a site in San Francisco Bay Area to mount the mural and funds to cover costs. Please contact Genny Lim on this website if you can provide sponsorship or assistance. 

Poetry Reading

First Friday Poetry Series at the Golden Sardine

April 5, 6pm at Golden Sardine, 362 Columbus Avenue

IG: goldensardinesf

North Beach First Friday Poetry Crawl is back!

5p @citylightsbooks in the alley @vesuviobarsf
w/ @sfflorycanto hosted by @soledadconcarne + @spell_dust

6p at Golden Sardine upstairs in the Poetry Loft
w/ Genny Lim, Alie Jones, & Antony Fangary
hosted by @scottmbird22

7p at Maccharini Gallery hosted by Jessica Loos
(long friend of the deen @luxinteriordecoratorrrrr will be reading)

9p Coit Tower Poetry Club
reads Jack Spicer on the back lawn

For more, visit the Golden Sardine.

Mural Poetry Reading

Manifest Differently

“We the People solemnly swear to Manifest our Common Destiny as a diverse and multicultural global humanity with respect and recognition of the freedom, equality and sovereignty of all nations and peoples on our blessed planet earth, in opposition to the destructive and unsustainable path of war, extraction, over-consumption and imperialism, on which the colonial forefathers have set us on and which continues to harm all life forms on this planet, from the greatest to smallest each and every day.”


✨Poetry Reading✨
W/ poets:
Genny Lim
Kim Shuck
MK Chavez
Tongo Eisen-Martin

Saturday, Sept. 30th, 4:30 pm, Book Castle, 443 Cortland Ave, San Francisco, CA 94110

✨Led by Clarion Alley Mural Project, Manifest Differently is a new project developed and directed by Kim Shuck and Megan Wilson.

✨Over the next year, 2023/24, we’ll be working together with 38 diverse, multigenerational visual/media artists and poets to interrogate the history of Manifest Destiny and its legacies of inherited and perpetuated violence, trauma, and addiction, and the outgrowth of resistance and resilience – giving fire to movements for social/ culture change.

✨The project is supported by independent curator Trisha Lagaso Goldberg, California historian Barbara Berglund Sokolov, humanities advisors Mary Jean Robertson, Kyoko Sato, Fuifuilupe Niumeitolu, Anita Chang, and David A. M. Goldberg.


Bohemian Universe (2009)

Genny recited her poem, “Bohemian Universe,” at the dedication ceremony for Brian Goggin’s and Dorka Keehn’s site specific sculpture, “Language of the Birds,” on the corner of Columbus and Broadway, on Sunday November 23, 2009.

Published in The Semaphore, Winter 2009, a publication of the Telegraph Hill Dwellers,

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