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Stacy M

Jancee,

I am in the middle of your book, Don't You Forget About Me, and I am really enjoying it so much! However, I noticed that in chapter fifteen, on page 132, you have written Siouxsee and the Banshees, and it should be Siouxsie and the Banshees. If you have already been advised of this, then I apologize for wasting your time! I know that this has nothing to do with your "It's time" post (so I will not be offended in any way if you do not want to approve this comment for others to view), but I was not sure of any other way to get in touch with you...

Kind regards,
Stacy

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  • New York Times bestselling author Jancee Dunn grew up in Chatham, New Jersey. She was a writer at Rolling Stone from 1989-2003, where she wrote twenty cover stories for the magazine. She has written for many different publications, among them the New York Times, Vogue,GQ (where she wrote a monthly sex advice column for five years) and O: The Oprah Magazine, where she wrote an ethics column entitled "Now What Do I Do?" From 2001-2002 she was an entertainment correspondent for Good Morning America. Prior to that she was a veejay for MTV2 from 1996 until 2001. Her memoir "But Enough About Me," about her life as chronically nervous celebrity interviewer, came out in 2006. Her novel "Don't You Forget About Me" followed in July 2008. 2009's "Why Is My Mother Getting A Tattoo? And Other Questions I Never Had To Ask" was a finalist for the James Thurber Prize for American Humor. Most recently she collaborated with Cyndi Lauper for the bestselling "Cyndi Lauper: A Memoir," released in September 2012. She lives with her husband, Tom Vanderbilt, and daughter in Brooklyn, New York.

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