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'''Debbie Goad''' (born Debra Susan Rosalie) was originally from Brooklyn, New York and was born in 1954. She was co-publisher of [[ANSWER Me!]] and wife of [[Jim Goad]], she also contributed to [Temp Slave!]]. The Goads divorced in the late 1990s and Debbie died after losing her battle with ovarian cancer at age 46 in 2000.
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'''Debbie Goad''' (born Debra Susan Rosalie) was originally from Brooklyn, New York and was born in 1954.  
  
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She co-published [[ANSWER Me!]] with her then-husband [[Jim Goad]]. Debbie also contributed to zines such as [[Fuck]] and [[Temp Slave!]] and was interviewed for a number of zines, including [[Bleeding Swans]] and [[Second Guess]]. Her writing was marked by pervasive anger and depression.
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In June 1997 Debbie Goad was diagnosed with ovarian cancer. Later that year, she split with Jim and accused him of daily physical abuse. She later revised and recanted these accusations. The couple later divorced. In 2000, Debbie died of ovarian cancer at the age of 46.
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==Zine==
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* [[ANSWER Me!]]
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==Contributions==
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* [[Fuck]]
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* [[Temp Slave!]]
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* [[Angry Young Woman]]
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==External Links==
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[http://www.americanbar.us/debbie.html Selected writings]
  
 
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Latest revision as of 22:32, 18 March 2009

Debbie Goad (born Debra Susan Rosalie) was originally from Brooklyn, New York and was born in 1954.

She co-published ANSWER Me! with her then-husband Jim Goad. Debbie also contributed to zines such as Fuck and Temp Slave! and was interviewed for a number of zines, including Bleeding Swans and Second Guess. Her writing was marked by pervasive anger and depression.

In June 1997 Debbie Goad was diagnosed with ovarian cancer. Later that year, she split with Jim and accused him of daily physical abuse. She later revised and recanted these accusations. The couple later divorced. In 2000, Debbie died of ovarian cancer at the age of 46.

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