Noted writer Michele Serros, who published her first book "Chicana Falsa" while still in college, has died. Response by Latinos and others on social media was swift after her Jan. 4 death was announced on her Facebook page Monday.
She worked experiences from her bicultural life into her writing and was part of a next generation of Latino writers of the mid-1990s and 2000's. She also worked as a staff writer for the George Lopez Show and wrote for many other publications. According to the obit on her Facebook page, signed by her husband Antonio Magaña, Serros had battled cancer.
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