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Debra "Debbie" Goad (February 13, 1954 – July 20, 2000) was an American journalist and assistant editor of the magazine ANSWER Me!.
She was born as Debra Susan Rosalie in Brooklyn, New York. Her husband, Jim Goad, was the magazine's primary writer and editor. She also contributed to the zine Temp Slave! Jim and Debbie Goad divorced around the same time she was diagnosed with ovarian cancer.
She died in July 2000, aged 46, from ovarian cancer in Multnomah County, Oregon. Her mother had reportedly also died from the same disease and Goad reportedly wished to be cremated, but her brother, Dr. Mitchell Rosalie, a physician from New York City, was reportedly unable to locate her will and she was interred next to their mother's grave.
- Best of Temp Slave!, edited by Jeff Kelly (1997), ISBN 1-891053-42-6.
- Jim Goad's personal website - "Why I resisted entering a public feud with a cancer patient"
- "In Memory of Debbie Goad"
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