Erin Keane

Erin Keane is Salon's Editor in Chief.

For Havana Club rum, the play's the thing: "Amparo," a Cuban tale of exile, loss and reclamation Erin Keane
"That is the David Carr way": Erin Lee Carr on writing fearlessly on grief, addiction and her father Erin Keane
Amy Adams probably will win her Oscar for "Hillbilly Elegy" and that's a damn shame Erin Keane
Hiking 630 miles of English coast, with nothing left to lose Erin Keane
From heartbreak to the Iditarod finish line: Living the musher life in "This Much Country" Erin Keane
Middle school was hell, but "PEN15" makes me (almost) want to go back Erin Keane
Is Amy Klobuchar being smeared by sexist "mean boss" stories? Erin Keane
This is not just a story about Ryan Adams Erin Keane
"My dad had a secret rage problem that only we could see": Author Erin Hosier on "Don't Let Me Down" Erin Keane
"Stranger Things" gets a girl gang in the prequel novel "Suspicious Minds" Erin Keane
Hand Emma Stone an Oscar for this gripping "Favourite" scene alone Erin Keane
"There's no way to save up money": "Maid" author Stephanie Land on the rigged math of being poor Erin Keane
Tommy Tomlinson's book about losing weight is really about "the things that haunted me" Erin Keane
Marie Kondo, Mary Poppins and magical adulting fantasies for a hostile world Erin Keane
What a skeptic learned from consulting psychics — and astrologers, tarot readers, empaths and more Erin Keane