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A year or two ago, when I had fallen into a friendship with Elizabeth, I mentioned in one of our long text conversations — probably discussing the ’90s, a topic that consumed us both — that I remembered reading her story.

“Oh, that,” she replied. “I don’t know why they labeled that as fiction.”

I somehow missed “Prozac Nation” the year it debuted, so the first truly jaw-dropping thing I read by Elizabeth Wurtzel was an erotic short story she penned in 1995 or 1996 for Nerve.com, a long-gone, edgy Web zine devoted to journalism and prose about sex.

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Maybe she did laundry on New Years? It appears death has caught up to her too!


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