Serros, Michele

Michele Serros

Named by Newsweek as “One of the Top Young Women to Watch for in the New Century,” Michele Serros is the author of Chicana Falsa and other stories of Death, Identity and Oxnard, How to be a Chicana Role Model, Honey Blonde Chica, and her newest young adult novel, ¡Scandalosa! A former staff writer for The George Lopez Show, Serros has written for the Los Angeles Times, Ms. Magazine, CosmoGirl, and The Washington Post and contributes satirical commentaries regularly for National Public Radio. She was selected by the Poetry Society of America to have her poetry placed on MTA buses throughout Los Angeles County. Michele is currently working on a new novel, A (Sorta) Unmarried Mexican.


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