Katherine Sharpe is the former editor and community manager of Seed magazine's ScienceBlogs.com, and the former online editor of the DIY lifestyle rag ReadyMade. Her writing has appeared in n+1, GOOD, Seed, Washington Post Magazine, The Village Voice, The Brooklyn Rail, L Magazine, and Mountain Man Dance Moves: The McSweeney's Book of Lists, among other publications. Her long-running print zine, 400 Words, was featured in Utne and Newsweek, and made the "McSweeney's Recommends" list on McSweeneys.net. She lives in Brooklyn.
Coming of Age on Zoloft: How Antidepressants Cheered Us Up, Let Us Down, and Changed Who We Are
by Katherine Sharpe
A compelling and troubling exploration of a generation raised on antidepressants, and a book that combines expansive interviews with substantive research-based reporting, Coming of Age on Zoloft is a vitally important and immediately engrossing study of one of America’s most pressing and omnipresent issues: our growing reliance on...
Categories: All Advice and How-To; All Nonfiction; Memoirs
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