From the aspiring activist who sparks controversy in a supermarket's frozen food section, to the middle-aged chola who effortlessly intimidates her politically-correct boss, to the junior-high BFF who berated her "sloppy Spanish" and accused her of being a "Chicana Falsa," the people and places that Michele Serros brings to vivid life in this collection of poems and stories introduce a unique new viewpoint to the American literary landscape. Witty, tender, irreverent, and emotionally honest, her words speak to the painful and hilarious identity crisis particular to the coming of age of an adolescent feeling caught between two cultures.
Chicana Falsa and other stories of death, identity and Oxnard
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Paperback95 PagesEnglish Triple M Press