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Jill Wilson Cohn
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Jill Johnston (May 17, 1929 – September 18, 2010) was an American feminist author and cultural critic who wrote Lesbian Nation in 1973 and was a longtime writer for The Village Voice. She was also a leader of the lesbian separatist movement of the 1970s. Johnston also wrote under the pen name F. J. Crowe.

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He and Jill Stephen created and implemented the Writing Across the Curriculum program there through a series of faculty seminars. Jill Stephen teaches at Muhlenberg College, a small liberal arts college in Pennsylvania, where she's been since the late 1980s. During these seminars, Dr. Rosenwasser and Dr. Stephen discovered that while content faculty from across the disciplines maintained c writing protocols, they essentially wanted the same thing from student writing: analysis. Along with David Rosenwasser, she created and implemented the Writing Across the Curriculum program there through a series of faculty seminars.

She remained with The Village Voice until 1981 and subsequently wrote freelance art and literary criticism. In 1958 Johnston married Richard John Lanham, whom she divorced in 1964. Along with the political memoirs, Lesbian Nation and Gullible's Travels, Johnston published an anthology of dance criticism entitled Marmalade Me as well as the autobiographies Mother Bound and Paper Daughter. In 1958 Johnston married Richard John Lanham, whom she divorced in 1964