Author Archives: Deborah Johnstone

About Deborah Johnstone

Deborah Johnstone savors dark apocalyptic science fiction and Hitchcockian thrillers. When not pondering a dystopic vision of mankind, she works toward completion of her MFA in Creative Writing at Goddard College. You can catch up with her at The Deliberate Muse.

Things We Know for Sure After the First Republican Debate

Ten men, no women. The dudes abide. Continue reading

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Classism is the New Racism

Why the removal of food stamps from the farm bill should not be met with silence. Continue reading

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Angelina Jolie and I Have Two Different Health Care Systems

Angelina Jolie made a choice unavailable to many women, writes Deborah Johnstone. Continue reading

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