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Who would openly celebrate the death of their mother, which, for many people, is considered among the most shattering of losses? Someone whose mother’s death was her liberation. McCurdy’s mom, Debra, who died of breast cancer in 2013 when McCurdy was 21, had controlled and abused McCurdy throughout her life, she writes, pulling the puppet strings on McCurdy’s acting career (a dream Debra never achieved for herself) and manipulating her against quitting; urging her into anorexia, which led to bulimia, in an effort to ward off puberty and keep her tiny for childish roles; and insisting on giving her showers during which she administered breast and vaginal exams—which Debra claimed were checks for cancer—until McCurdy was 17.

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“So what do you say? You want to act? You want to be Mommy’s little actress?” McCurdy recalls her mom asking. Even at six, McCurdy sensed: “There’s only one right answer.” I’m Glad My Mom Died is more than source material for a deluge of headlines about Grande and the slimy advances of a Nickelodeon svengali McCurdy calls simply “The Creator.” McCurdy distinguishes herself from standard-issue celebrity memoir fare with a vivid, biting, darkly comic tone and an immersive present tense. She spoke to Vogue earlier this week about the success of her book, its provocative title, and finding her identity through writing. Vogue: All along, as you were forced into acting, you wanted to be a writer. How does it feel to finally achieve that? Jennette McCurdy: It’s been, truly, an honor. I have felt so connected to the people that are connecting with the book, and it’s meaningful to me in a way that I haven’t experienced in my previous career.

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As a child, Jennette McCurdy dreamed of being a writer, drafting her first screenplay as a little girl in Garden Grove, California. Instead, her domineering mother, Debra, forced her into acting at age six. McCurdy, who later starred on Nickelodeon’s iCarly with Miranda Cosgrove and its short-lived spinoff Sam and Cat with Ariana Grande, remembers her mom telling her that “writers dress frumpy and get fat, you know? I would never want your little actress’s peach butt to turn into a big, giant writer’s watermelon butt.” So for the rest of her childhood, McCurdy all but stopped writing; even her diary was shared with Debra. Now 30, McCurdy is the author of a newly minted number-one New York Times-bestselling memoir that has also achieved pop-cultural phenomenon status. Its striking title, I’m Glad My Mom Died, has inspired sanctimonious comments on Goodreads and beyond, as well as praise for its brash sense of bravery. “A lot of people have been coming up to me saying, ‘Hey, my mom’s alive. I can’t say this. Thank you for saying this for those of us who can’t,’” McCurdy told Vogue this week.

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