Carol Johnstone holds a Bachelor of Journalism from King’s College and a B.A. in Psychology and Anthropology from the University of California, Berkley.

She has more than 30 years experience writing — from technical analyses on mining topics to newspaper articles on business, profiles, the disabled, visible minorities, science, art, news events, and personal experience in a “literary” style.

Her work has appeared in the Associated Press, Atlantic Business, Atlantic Progress, Shambhala Sun, Visual Arts News of Nova Scotia, Iron Wheel, Halifax Daily News, Chronicle Herald, and North End News. She also wrote two “Careers in Chemistry” pieces for the 2001 edition of McGraw-Hill Ryerson’s grade 11 chemistry textbook.